My husband and I, with some friends of ours(they are all great cooks), have decided to start our own Supper Club! I have always wanted to be a part of one but I never imagined we would have such an amazing collection of creative culinary geniuses(them, not me, well maybe in my head)! We will be starting it in April and I can hardly wait!!
I saw the beginning of our Supper Club as a great opportunity to have you, all my great foodie friends, join in the fun!
I know for a fact you all have great recipes and wonderful ideas! So here's my plan.....
I am launching "Supper Club Saturdays" officially today and every Saturday! This will be a place for you to post any of your fabulous recipes(any or all courses), dinner party ideas, pictures of that beautiful china you inherited, table settings, etc. Anything related to the wonderful pastime of gathering around a table! I will provide a "Mister Linky" for you to add the URL back to your post along with the photo!!
Here is all I really ask.
1~ I know we post our recipes to lots of sites for our great love of sharing but also I realize it's a great way to direct traffic back to our individual blogs. So I hope you will take the time to visit the other blogs and leave a sweet comment or two. I know I try very hard to do this and some weeks I fail miserably. I promise to do a better job at that too! I have made the most wonderful and dear friends through this crazy blog world. You never know, your newest friend might be listed right next you :)
2~ Please link directly to your recipe post, not your blog URL. We want it to be easy to find your special recipe and then find it again later. I know we will all find new blogs and fabulous recipes! Please share the love by linking back here in your own post. It's as simple as adding a line at the bottom of your recipe :)
Looking forward to following in the footsteps of the ultra successful Tasty Tuesdays!
Here's the Steak Milanese with Chimichuri Sauce, which frankly we decided we could eat it on anything and we wouldn't care. The sauce was deeeeelicious!
Steak Milanese with Chimichuri Sauce
2 eggs, beaten
1/2 C flour
1/2 Panko (Japanese Bread Crumbs)
1/4 C Parmesan Cheese, finely grated
Kosher Salt & Freshly Ground Pepper
4 T Olive Oil
1 pound cube steak, pounded out VERY thin(4 portions)
3/4 C packed Fresh Flat Leaf Parsley
3/4 C packed Fresh Cilantro
1/3 C Red Wine Vinegar
1/2 C Extra-Virgin Olive Oil
2 large cloves of Garlic
1/2 tsp Sea Salt
1/2 tsp Ground Cumin
1 tsp Red Pepper Flakes
Combine all ingredients into bowl of food processor and pulse until chopped and combined well.
Transfer to small serving bowl, cover and let flavors blend for at least 2 hours. You can store any leftovers in the refrigerator, but I'd be surprised if you have any.
Serving ideas: Over toasted slices of baguette, grilled chicken, shrimp, filet mignon, pork medallions, grilled fish etc.Steak Milanese with Chimichuri Sauce | Key Ingredient