While these Chicken Tenders might not look like your typical Buffalo Spice Chicken, believe you me they bring on the heat. There’s heat in the flour coating, buttermilk dip and Panko breading.Continue reading “Buffalo Spicy Chicken Tenders”
Today is Michaelmas, also known as the Feast of Saint Michael and All the Angels or simply Feast of the Archangels. Most of us recognize the Archangels Michael, Gabriel and Raphael. Catholics tradition teaches there are seven Archangels, one for each of the Seven Sacraments.Continue reading “Cilantro-Lime Chicken Skillet Supper”
So yesterday was Quesadilla Day. These delicious Chicken Quesadillas were my first choice to share. But yesterday was also Lobster Day. I simply could not pass up Lobster Quesadillas. Could you?Continue reading “Gotta Love Quesadillas – Olé!”
Today is the Great American Pot Pie Day. Ask my husband and he will tell you emphatically that a true Pot Pie is made with both a bottom and top crust. It’s the way he grew up. We didn’t eat much in the way of pot pies except an occasional Swanson’s TV Dinner Pot Pie. Back then, I wasn’t a fan of cooked carrots or the texture of frost-bitten peas, so I ate the top crust, then picked out all the vegetables before eating what was left.Continue reading “Is the Great American Pot Pie Really American?”
Yep, it’s National Chicken Boy Day. I gotta tell you, I never had the opportunity to eat at his restaurant. In all my travels to Southern California, I’ve never seen the giant Chicken Boy and until recently, had never even known of him. But now that I know he exists, I find Chicken Boy strangely fascinating.Continue reading “Care to Guess What Day It Is?”
I gotta tell ya, this was one of the most difficult dishes to make. And not for the reasons you might think. The first time I had this one-pot wonder on our meal planner was the day after restaurants closed for the second time in California. Don’t ask me why, but I felt very rebellious. Fine, if we can’t eat out, I won’t cook at all was my attitude. We can starve. That in itself made no sense since we don’t eat out very often. It was just frustrating to have options removed.Continue reading “One-Pot of Deliciousness!”
This year we planted some Rosemary in the front yard. I had tried (foolishly) to grow Rosemary in my herb garden. Let’s just say that an herb that grows into a big bush has no business in a small clay pot.Continue reading “Chicken Breast with Rosemary Butter Sauce”
Kiddo is a fan of Chicken Cordon Bleu, as am I. Hubby, not so much. He’d rather eat thighs than breasts. He’s not a fan of cheese stuffed into chicken, but he does like a ham and cheese sandwich. Go figure.Continue reading “Summertime Chicken Cordon Bleu Stromboli”
The beauty of Grilled Foil Packs is that you can prep the pack early to cook later. Having company? Make the Fajita and Tortilla Packs in the morning, clean up the mess. Once guests arrive, toss the foil packs on the grill. By the time the first batch of Margaritas are ready, dinner is served.Continue reading “No Ordinary Grilled Chicken Fajita Foil Packs”
Do you like bacon? How about Pesto? And Alfredo? If you said yes to all three, this is a dish for you. Alfredo Sauce all on its own over chicken is delicious. Add to that the creamy herbs of pesto and the smoky crunch of bacon bits, and you are talking beyond delicious.Continue reading “Alfredo Smothered Chicken”
I don’t know about you, but I love the idea of casseroles. Everything you’ll want all piled in a single dish. Maybe add a side of salad or some warm rolls, and there you go – dinner in a snap. And just about anything can be transformed into a delicious casserole.Continue reading “Nacho Chicken Casserole”
Do you enjoy trying out new recipes? Me, too. Now that my laptop has returned from the dead, I have a ton of recipes I had saved for later that I get to try. This spicy vegetable packed chicken supper is just one of many new dishes I was eager to try.Continue reading “One-Skillet Vegetable Chicken Sass”
Hubby’s family came up with Golden Eagle Sauce. It’s been a family recipe for decades. If you want to learn the whole story of Joe and Nelda Goodwin and the Golden Eagle Tavern, be sure to check out my recipe for Country Ribs.Continue reading “Barbecue Chicken with Golden Eagle Sauce”
It’s been a month since we’ve done anything even remotely “Cordon Bleu”, and Kiddo has been clamoring for Chicken Cordon Bleu. Every time we plan out a menu together; he suggest Chicken Cordon Bleu. I keep deflecting. Maybe it’s all this day in and day out of cooking two; three or more meals a day that is making me so darn lazy. Maybe making traditional Cordon Bleu is just too much work.
Don’t you just love foods that you can eat without utensils? Some might say like a pizza, but then I eat my pizza with a knife and a fork. When pizza comes straight from the oven, all that hot cheese and sizzling pepperoni – too dangerous. I can’t tell you how many times I’ve had molten cheese drip down my chin. Actually, most foods I eat with a knife and a fork – or at the very least a fork. How ’bout you?