I’ve been a little busy.  I have two websites that are migrating to a new hosting company, email addresses that need to be reconfigured, the real-live-job, and, a life.  I have spent a bit more time in front of this machine the past two days than I care to admit.  But, in a few hours if the computer-gods are on my side, all will be well with the world.

In doing all of this, I need to keep up my strength.  What I haven’t made is time to be in the kitchen.

Tonight’s throw-it-in-a-pot-and-put-it-in-the-oven dinner was perfect for the occasion.

We have a great earthenware casserole dish with a lid that I just love.  It can go anywhere.

Tonight, I started it in the microwave with 2 small potatoes, sliced.  I cooked them for about 5 minutes just to get them started.

While they were cooking, I played clean-out-the-refrigerator.  Broccoli, yellow squash, 4 assorted cheese, some mushrooms, 2 chicken breasts, and some sour cream.

I cubed and then browned the chicken in a splash of olive oil, and then added it to the potatoes.  I then browned the mushrooms and added a splash of white wine.  Added them to the potatoes and chicken.

Next went the rest of the veggies and then the cheese.

I mixed it all up with about a cup of sour cream, salt and pepper, put the lid on it and baked at 350° for about 45 minutes while I adjusted DNS servers and configured email addresses.

For a totally throw-together meal, it was pretty good.

One site done, one to go.