Oooh, that looks good.
I think a lot of people get caught up in the idea of watching the leavening, when the reality is, a lot of foods are perfectly fine and require no or nearly no alterations whatsoever.
Take salad dressing. All you really care about is to assure it's not made from corn or soybean oil, and even then you only give a damn if you're Ashkenazi. Sephardic Jews don't care about legumes during Pesach. Make your dressing with olive or safflower or sesame oil, and you're fine. A roasted chicken is lovely. Stuff it with aromatics like garlic and onion, or citrus fruit like lemons. Season with anything other than corn syrup, which would be gross anyways. Serve with potatoes and a side that isn't a legume (so peas and carrots are fine, so are asparagus and artichoke hearts; corn and beans are no good) and life is grand.