Tag Archives: Chicken

White trash enchiladas

I’ve been known to cook fancy, and I’ve been known to cook trashy. This “recipe” is decidedly in the “trashy” column, but it’s so tasty that you might want to try it for yourself. Enchiladas aren’t exactly considered high-brow fare … Continue reading

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Beer-braised chicken with fennel

Any of you who have kept up with this blog for awhile know that Jess and I love our beer. And while drinking the stuff is normally just fine with us, we also like to cook with beer. Brown ales … Continue reading

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Sausage stuffed galantine and dill celeriac mash

One of our more popular posts is this recipe for a roasted chicken galantine, a play on the classic French dish that roasts a boneless, stuffed chicken to serve hot rather than the traditional method of poaching and serving cold. … Continue reading

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Panko-Parmesan oven-fried chicken salad with honey-Dijon dressing

A couple of weeks ago, Jess and I spent a lovely weekend in her hometown of Glenwood. We visited with her parents and brother (who was in from Colorado), and when the last, lazy Sunday came around, we gathered ’round … Continue reading

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Drunken Beans

I know this might surprise some of you, but there are times when I do really stupid things. Sometimes those things are forgivable, like eating a bag of Famous Amos cookies and a Diet Coke for lunch, but sometimes I … Continue reading

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Roasted Chicken Galantine

In traditional French cuisine, a galantine is a deboned cut of meat which is stuffed with forcemeat, poached, and then served chilled – often coated in aspic.  This version does away with the poaching and the aspic, and instead re-imagines … Continue reading

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Easy Chicken Cacciatore

By its name alone, you’d think that a dish called Chicken Cacciatore (or Hunter’s Chicken) would be all about, well, chicken – but it really isn’t.  Indeed, the best part of this simple stew isn’t the chicken at all but … Continue reading

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Chicken and Egg Taco Salad

Any of you who have read this blog for any amount of time will know two things: we love eggs and we love taco salads – and I’ve been thinking to myself for awhile how I might combine these two … Continue reading

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Tracy’s Gumbo

Those of you who have been reading this blog for any length of time know how much we love comfort food, and gumbo is one of our favorites.  Jess’ mom makes a really tasty version of the Cajun classic, and … Continue reading

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Smothered Chicken and Creamed Spinach

It’s the day after Christmas, and although I love turkey and dressing, ham, and all those other holiday dishes – I don’t want to look at them again until next year. What I want now is something savory and good, … Continue reading

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