Tagged: Chicken

Creamy Chicken Bacon Chowder


Friends, it’s not often that I eat something so good, I’m compelled to blog about it while the taste still lingers on my tongue and bits of it still linger on my clothing.

Bacon Braised Chicken

Bacon Chicken

Sometimes I feel the urge.

The urge to eat chicken.

And not always fried and smothered in buffalo sauce, or shredded…and smothered in buffalo sauce.

I think I need to look into my buffalo sauce addiction.

Buffalo Chicken Dip

Buffalo Chicken Dip

Anyway. As you may well know, I’m a buffalo chicken addict. But I’m not a huge fan of super spicy foods. So this dip is perfect – and it’s got just the right amount of heat. Just enough so you know it’s there but not so much that it can’t still be enjoyed.

Popcorn Chicken, or, Boneless Buffalo Wings

Boneless Wings

One day, many moons ago, I was experimenting in the kitchen.

I admit, sometimes this doesn’t go well. Like the time I tried to make cream of potato soup by boiling the potatoes in the milk. Shudder. I didn’t always know a whole lot about cooking.

Indian Butter Chicken


Can I just take a moment and share with you my happiness at the fact that my husband now likes Indian food? Well…Indian Lite, anyway. But I’ll take it.

Recently I remembered seeing a recipe on Tasty Kitchen whose name had me at hello. Butter Chicken.

The word butter is in it. Come on.

Chicken Tikka Masala

  Chicken Tikka Masala.  According to numerous sources, this is considered Britain’s #1 dish. And there’s a reason why: It’s freaking phenomenal. The end result is more than worth any work involved, and it’s really not very work-intensive.  It’s one of only a few Indian dishes I’ve eaten and I have to wonder if anything… Read more »

Crockpot Rosemary Lemon Chicken

It’s been my goal as of late to make meals that are: 1) Nutrious 2) Fast/able to cook while I’m at work 3) Something both Rob and his dad will eat (this is not easy) In the past I’ve put chicken in the crock pot before, and I knew it would turn out well.  So… Read more »