Trying to train chickens to stay where we want them to graze is like herding cats. LOL
These chicks need to learn to stay away from the cottages. I can imagine guests not being as fond of their company as Mike and I are.
Holy cow! I have been running around all day, trying to teach them with my “herding stick” – a wooden yardstick that gently guides them back where they belong.
Jimmy, my little friend who comes every year a few times, has the job but he is not always here. I need a little person to fill in for him. The pay is pretty good, just ask Jimmy who leaves here every trip with a check from the Wayfarer for his efforts to keep the birdbath in the driveway.
Any kids staying with us this summer, apply PLEASE, heehee
The little guy in the picture is Jimmy, the big guy is Joey his older brother.
Have a grrrrrand day, everyone 🙂
Homemade curry chicken pot pies. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)
The deconstructed kind is what we are cooking today…
I futzed around the kitchen all day long. First I made the crust – a very simple Pâte Brisée and put it in the fridge.
Then I cut the vegetables then I cooked the chicken with celeriac, carrots, onion, parsley, water and white wine.
So now everything was ready to go in a dish to make a pot pie but I was too lazy to do that.
I rolled out the dough, took a Daisy shaped cookie cutter and cut out individual crusts and baked them.
The par-steamed vegetables before I put them under the broiler.
I brushed them with a little butter and sprinkled them with some kosher salt.
Et voila ….
Yup, I see that the colors didn’t come out right in the picture but trust me,
it looked beautiful and tasted fantastic with a little lemon and some Worcestershire Sauce sprinkled over it.
In the end it turned out to be just as much work as making the pot pie the usual way 😆
…that we had a sunny day today and, we were told by the good-old weatherman
that there are a whole bunch of sunny days still coming this week.
And there’s a chicken in the yard 🙂