Paired with a Märzen/Oktoberfest
Does anyone else feel like life started moving super fast all of a sudden. I mean this winter was saaaaaalooooooowwww. It dragged. It dragged on for months and months…and months. Maybe that’s why things seem to be moving so quickly for me lately. I am usually a pro at planning ahead. I have all of my recipes cooked and photographed weeks (sometimes months) in advance. I just can’t seem to keep the ball rolling lately. I mean, I haven’t gone completely off the handle yet. I still have at least been ahead by a week, but lately, it seems like there just aren’t enough hours in the day. I also have been having an insanely high level of mental block lately. I mean how many more grilled chicken recipes can I come up with before the summer ends!? Sheesh.
Maybe all of this is because Zach and I have an insanely busy summer ahead of us. Just to put things in perspective. My sister is currently visiting. She is pretty easy to entertain, but I still have to play hostess. I drive back with her to upstate NY Sunday morning, and then spend a week in NY/NJ. I fly back to Denver, then we have Zach’s parents visiting us for a while, in which we will be galavanting all over Wyoming and Montana. There’s one thing about living in the middle of every single National Park that remains to be true, every single person that visits us needs to National Park hop. After that, I have a retreat in Utah. AND THEN, Zach and I are in Europe for a month. So yeah, this summer is going to be just a tad insane. I appreciate you guys letting me vent though!
As a result of this insanity, many of my dinner recipes have become blog posts. I try to keep them separate. I really really do, and I did a pretty good job of it this past winter. I like to enjoy dinner, and if I can separate cooking dinner from cooking for this website, I try to. Unfortunately, this has not been the case lately, and this one pan roasted chickens sausage is just one example. I couldn’t not share this recipe though. It’s so super delicious and perfect for just about any family. Make it this summer! It’s also great cooked up in a large cast iron pan and then placed over a hot grill!
I hope you guys enjoy this recipe as much as we do! Pair it with a Märzen/Oktoberfest. It’s the perfect match!
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