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    Lissy (A Girl in Boston)
    Lissy (A Girl in Boston)
    Lissy (A Girl in Boston)

    Lissy (A Girl in Boston)

    Bostonian, fashion lover, shoe addict, consummate shopper, home cook, world traveler.

    Cooking chicken breasts can be tricky, especially the “skinless-boneless” kind No matter if they are pan-fried or grilled, they are apt to be dry if left to cook even a minute too long This recipe borrows a Chinese technique called velveting that guarantees a moist chicken breast

    This recipe is by Melissa Clark and takes 30 minutes. Tell us what you think of it at The New York Times - Dining - Food.

    Broccoli and Cheese Chicken Quinoa Casserole | www.diethood.com | Light and creamy casserole filled with broccoli, chicken, quinoa and cheese!

    Shrimp Piccata - Zucchini noodles (zoodles) tossed with shrimp sautéed in garlic and topped with a white wine sauce. Served with capers and a squeeze of lemon ... dinner is on the table in less than 45 minutes! From Saving Room for Dessert

    VivaLuxury - Fashion Blog by Annabelle Fleur: GOODBYE 2015: ALL MY FAVORITE LOOKS, MOMENTS & TRAVELS

    Buttery shortbread crust layered with thick, chewy, rich caramel and topped with sea salt for irresistible flavor!  I may or may not be writing this as I sit on the couch watching a Winnie the Pooh Christmas cartoon. I think I saw it once or twice before when I was probably seven years old because... Read More »