Category Archive: Chicken

Roast Chicken with Bay, Garlic and Rosemary So Good

Today Annie Mitchell and I chatted on the Sonrise Morning Show about the herb Bay and its biblical roots. Bay Laurel has an ancient and fascinating history. Every part of the tree was used and thought of as powerful. The Romans believed that lightning never struck the bay leaf tree and so wore crowns of its …

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Quick Chicken Marsala and Rapini

Are you as anxious as I am to get outside and “dig in the dirt”? It’s all about the experience, getting outside to enjoy Mother Nature. I really don’t think it matters whether you have 40 acres and a plow, a big vegetable garden, a tabletop garden, or simply a few flowers, herbs or other …

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Slow Cooker Butter Chicken (What? No Butter in it?!)

I’ve been hearing Butter Chicken everywhere. During a break between classes in cooking school. At the grocery in the spice aisle. Its online presence dominates. It’s a versatile recipe that can be made in myriad ways. The recipe I’m sharing today uses the slow cooker. Have I grabbed your attention yet? After finally making butter …

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Homemade Chicken Stock Good for What Ails You

My friend, Marylee Olinger, a talented from scratch cook, called me about a chicken stock recipe adapted from Ina Garten that I published in my syndicated column here in Cincinnati and Northern Ky. ” The recipe didn’t include parsnips and dill which Ina puts in her stock, and so do I”, she said. “Check out …

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Easy Chicken Pot Pie with Biscuit Crust

EASY CHICKEN (OR TURKEY) POT PIE Jeanette wanted a recipe for easy chicken pot pie. The key here is to use flavorful meat. I used leftover roasted chicken. Deli roasted chicken works really well, too.   Ingredients filling 1/3 cup butter  (5 tablespoons) Heaping 1/3 cup chopped yellow or white onion 1/3 cup flour 1/2 …

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Crock Pot Chili: Crock Pots Are Great for Chili

Slow Cooker Chili

Crock Pot Chili Crock pots are back “in” again! Actually, they were never “out” at our house. I still have (and use) my 1970 poppy red crock pot at least once a week. With our hectic lifestyles, and still having to feed families healthily, it’s nice to turn to this tried and true appliance. And crock …

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Chicken Crock Pot Recipe: Crock Pot Chicken with Black Beans

Crockpot Chicken with Black Beans

Chicken: Crock Pot Recipe with Black Beans and Corn. As fall begins to set in, this is a delicious and hearty meal that’s sure to be a hit with the family. And I love crock pot chicken recipes with dinner for the next night dinner built right in to the left overs. Crock pot recipes are a quick and easy …

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Roast Chicken Recipe

Roast Chicken

Roast Chicken with Cauliflower and Carrots This roast chicken recipe calls for coriander and cumin. The coriander has a lemony/sagey taste and is anti-inflammatory. Cumin has an earthy, distinctive flavor and enhances the immune system. Do the sniff and taste test on coriander before you use it in this recipe as it loses its flavor …

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