Tag Archives: Poultry

What’s Cookin’ – Martha’s Crockpot Chicken Tortilla Soup

My friend, Martha, raves about her Chicken Tortilla Soup.  Not only is it easy to make – you use your Crockpot – but she also talks about the fact that all of her grandchildren love it.  I was interested because of these … Continue reading

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My Thoughts on Jams, Jellies, Cranberries, & Turkeys

In between putting our house on the market and cleaning and going through closets and drawers and moving kids to and from college and into new apartments, I have continued to cook and bake and can. I find working in … Continue reading

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What’s Cookin’ – No Bake Chicken Divan

When planning my meals, I always look to see what I have on hand and then try to find something to make to use up these ingredients. As it turns out, I had some fresh broccoli leftover from last week’s … Continue reading

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What’s Cookin’ – Chicken Tetrazzini

I love to buy whole chickens when they go on sale.  Cooking chicken, like all meats, in whole pieces with the skin and bones adds so much flavor to them.  And, while I do buy the boneless, skinless, chicken breasts … Continue reading

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What’s Cookin’ – Casserole Roasted Chicken With 40 Cloves of Garlic

I stock my freezer with whole chickens when they go on sale in the grocery store.  I also buy whole cloves of garlic in bulk at our local Sam’s Club.  Even if I don’t use them all up before they … Continue reading

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What’s Cookin’ – Baked Chicken Curry

My sister, who lives in Minnesota, buys Penzeys Spices, and I have been the lucky recipient of several jars from her.  One of my favorites is the Vietnamese cinnamon, which is very strong, and it makes the most cinnamony cinnamon … Continue reading

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What’s Cookin’ – Grilled Whole Chicken Halves

Memorial Day 2011 is history and that means the Summer grilling season has officially begun! We love to grill in the Summer.  We do try to grill year round, but last Winter was brutally cold with lots of snow and … Continue reading

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