http://pantryrevisited.blogspot.com/2011/06/ceimb-tuscan-chicken.htmlWe loved this one!!
Glad I picked this one. Hope you are, too!!http://teaandscones.wordpress.com/2011/06/23/ceinmb-tuscan-roasted-chicken-and-vegetables/
http://thischihuahuawearspearls.wordpress.com/2011/06/23/ceimb-tuscan-roasted-chicken-and-vegetables/Marthe - does your grocery store have a hispanic section? I've seen canned tomatillos before, and you could try using those, but that might be just as hard to find for you. Green tomatoes maybe?
First of all, I beg forgiveness for being such a deadbeat CEiMB participant these past couple of weeks...hope to make it up to you, thanks for your patience. Here's today's post, and we loved it...great choice, Margaret, we will make this often I have a feeling...easy and delicious and healthy!http://grandmaskitchentable.typepad.com/grandmas_kitchen_table/2011/06/ceimb-tuscan-roasted-chicken-and-vegetables.html
http://comfycookc.blogspot.com/2011/06/tuscan-chicken-and-veggies-ceimb.htmlMarthe, I appreciate how busy you are but is there any way that the LYL could be up on Wednesday nights. I cook our weekly recipe then and if I don't post it right away, I forget to get it over here.If not, I understand and don't be concerned.
Sorry, I know I'm really late on this!http://yoshimivsmotherhood.blogspot.com/2011/06/ceimb-tuscan-roasted-chicken-with.htmlI think if you can't find tomatillos, just plain old tomatoes will work here. It won't be a green sauce, but I'm sure it will be very tasty!