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Category Archives: Chicken
The weather is starting to improve here in the Pacific North West and I’m craving the smoky flavors of a real charcoal grill! So I went out and got some hardwood charcoal, cleaned up the grill and started marinating the … Continue reading
This meal is all cooked in one pot – Add a salad and you have a complete meal! Takes about an hour and half to prepare and cook – So cook and enjoy!
I’m trying to eat healthier – and I’m trying to add more leafy greens to my diet. So I came up with this recipe – and it’s easy. You can cook up the chicken and spinach ahead of time and … Continue reading
Lemon chicken – it’s been around for a long time. Baked with fragrant herbs and the bright taste of lemon, this dish is a party in your mouth!
It’s Game Day! Are you having a crowd to watch the game or just a small group? Either way, Super Bowl Sunday is not just about the game, its about the food! Here are twelve great recipes to make for … Continue reading
This little bird is neither a game bird or a hen. Game hens are commercially raised, young chickens and can be a hen or a tom. They have tender meat and look a bit fancy on the plate! So here … Continue reading
It’s National Spaghetti day! Most people immediately think of the long noodles with a tomato and meat sauce, but the word refers simply to the pasta! Spaghetti is from the Italian word that means “thin string” or “twine”. A perfect … Continue reading
Here is the recipe for a slightly citrusy Chicken and Rice using the amazing Buddha’s Hand! Click here to learn more about this strange fruit, Buddha’s hand)
I heard today is National Soft Taco day. I love crispy tacos, but sometime soft tacos are what I want! Here is one that you can make quick with ingredients you can buy on the way home!
There are so many great varieties of apples available and so many things you can do with them (as well as just enjoy the sweet fruit!) This recipe uses the tart granny smith and mixes it with sweet dates….