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Tag Archive: chicken

Made It Loved It: GF Chicken Lettuce Wraps from Good for You Gluten Free #FoodBloggerLove

Gluten Free Chicken Lettuce Wraps recipe from Good for You Gluten Free. Gluten Free Recipes and Counseling #FoodBloggerLove

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Tantalizing Chicken Recipes You Have to Try

September is National Chicken Month here in the US, so I gathered my favorite chicken recipes submitted on Tasty Tuesdays last month to give you some fantastic new ideas to add to your menu.   It was tough narrowing it down, because the bloggers that submit their recipes here on Tasty Tuesdays Linky Party are …

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Tea Smoked Pork Chops – Crazy Ingredient Challenge

Do you want the taste of smoked meat but don’t have one of those fancy smokers? Well, I have a recipe for you using simple equipment and ingredients you already have in your home: Tea Smoked Pork Chops.   I made this for our monthly Crazy Ingredient Challenge post. Each month the bloggers in the …

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Cajun Gumbo: “Big Easy” Comfort in About an Hour

Cajun Gumbo. Simple Cajun stew with chicken and or shrimp and okra in a thick gravy like base. Paul Prudhomme’s browned flour roux substitute.

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Sopa de Pollo Borracho (Drunken Chicken Soup)

It is officially Autumn! Do you hear that, Mother Nature?! We are heading back up to 100 degrees by the weekend? Could you please turn down the thermostat a bit? Just a little bit. Please, Ma’am. If it isn’t too much trouble. I am trusting her to hear my plea and am going through the archives for …

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Easy Tortilla Soup

I found this recipe for Tortilla Soup in Ma’am’s original recipe archives and it looked so simple and satisfying I knew I had to make it for dinner and get it on the blog for Fall. Yes, I am still fantasizing about cool weather. Two extra bonuses are: -you probably already have the ingredients in the house …

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Easy Slow Cooker Chicken Mole

This week got crazier than I thought it would with back to school and preparing for the big Cookbook Club Review post next week. I had no idea what I was going to post today. Luckily my mother came to my rescue with a recipe and photo of this Easy Slow Cooker Chicken Mole. You might …

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Asian Chicken Wraps

A few weeks ago the folks at Gourmet Warehouse contacted me to ask if I would be interested in trying a few of their products. I got a free spice rub and marinade, they get a few recipes, we both get free advertising from each other. Works for me! And if you are wondering “would she …

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Lemon Marmalade Glazed Chicken with Tomato Cilantro Coulis

This quick and simple recipe is one of Chef Michael’s (aka Baby Brother) delicious creations. But, I was actually the first to make it and photograph it and blog about it, so I want some of the credit. In between his (April) and his wife’s (June)birthdays I sent them a little care package with a jar of Homemade Lemon Marmalade, …

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Chicken, Sun Dried Tomatoes and Vegetable Lasagna

The kitchen drama still continues for me, but luckily my baby brother, Chef Michael, came to my blogging rescue with a new recipe he and wife Mel created: Chicken, Sun Dried Tomato and Vegetable Lasagna. You might also like these posts Made It Loved It: GF Chicken Lettuce Wraps from Go… Tea Smoked Pork Chops – …

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10 Pie Recipes Perfect for Pi Day

Happy Pi Day! Yes, it is corny. My Math Professor husband hates it. But, I personally like pie, both sweet and savory. Graham cracker crust, puff pastry or flaky pie dough? Yup! I like them all. Unfortunately for me, I gave up sweets for Lent and today is Friday so no meat. But, I went through …

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Bundt Pan Chicken

Normally, I throw my whole chickens into the crockpot on low for 4-6 hours depending on if I want it falling off the bone or not. Sometimes I make chicken tacos out of it and serve with tortillas, cheese, onions, salsa, etc. Other times, I use the juices to make a quick gravy by thickening …

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Chicken Parmigiana

Whenever we go to an Italian restaurant, I carefully look over the menu, surveying all of my choices and carefully weighing all of my options. My husband orders Chicken Parmigiana. Every time. Every restaurant. He says that is his way of testing how good the restaurant is, to compare the same dish in different places. …

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Jambalaya

An easy one dish meal that can be adjusted to your family’s tastes and cooks in about 30 minutes? Oh! count me in! I know I just posted Shrimp Creole last week, but as I mentioned in that post, we have loved Lousiana cuisine for a long time in my family. And even though the …

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Sopa de Pollo Borracho (Drunken Chicken Soup)

I suppose there are some places that are actually cold in November, unlike the 90 degrees predicted for the next few days here in Southern California. If it happens to be chilly where you are and you are in the mood for some soup may I suggest some Sopa de Pollo Borracho? English translation –  Drunken Chicken Soup. …

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Chicken Fricassee – Chicken Stewed in Tomatoes and Mushrooms

Some Chicken Fricassee recipes are fat laden chicken and gravy. This one is something entirely different, chicken breasts stewed in tomatoes and mushrooms. But that was the name on the recipe when I go it so I am sticking with it. We have been playing a lot of Super Mario in my house lately. Paper …

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Chicken and Dumplings plus Homemade Baking Mix

It finally feels like Autumn in my neck of the woods, and I am craving comfort foods. Comfort foods like Chicken and Dumplings. This hearty one dish meal cooks up in about 30 minutes with basic ingredients you probably have in the kitchen. You might also like these posts Made It Loved It: GF Chicken Lettuce …

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Weeknight Meals

A college buddy recently asked on Facebook if her friends cooked dinner every night. Her husband is working some crazy hours lately and she is pretty much a single working mom on most nights.  She likes to serve healthy homemade meals to her kids, but she is getting a bit burned out. More than likely she …

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Basic Crepes

Crepes are one of those things that sound fancy and complicated but are actually pretty easy to make. So, when J asked me to make some the other day, I figured why not. Normally, I make them for breakfast and let him spread sweetened cream cheese and jelly on them, but this time I thought I’d …

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Cold Rice Salad

In 1999, my parents hosted a family reunion for the Lalanne and Vineys families. It was a bit bigger than our usual 4th of July party. And everyone had a blast getting to know each other. Some cousins hadn’t seen each other in decades, and to watch them scamper after each other you’d have thought they were …

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