Chicken Florentine Manicotti Alfredo

Received my new Southern Lady magazine. I have wiped off the drool from the front cover as it displayed a gorgeous pecan-date pie which is just divine and went quickly pass the desserts in search of a new dinner recipe. This one sounded like it was meant for today, since we woke up to 27 … Continue reading

Chicken Breasts Lombardy

A friend of mine brought me 2 sacks of cookbooks that she was getting rid of, knowing how I love to look through them, she immediately called me to see if I wanted them…one of those was Five Star Recipes from Southern Living which has a picture with each recipe. This one caught by eye … Continue reading

Super-Bowl

What a great soup for using leftover turkey, or having it for Super-Bowl parties or on those cold weather evenings. 6 tables unsalted butter, plus melted butter for brushing 1 small onion, diced 2 stalks celery, diced 1/2 clove garlic, minced 5 tables flour 1 qt chicken broth 1 cup heavy cream 1 cup shredded … Continue reading

Butter Baked Chicken & Gravy

If the first word in the title doesn’t hook you, I bet the last one will. Butter and gravy…two of the best things ever! This dish is such a comfort food it will warm your hearts and satisfy the most fussy eater. 1/4 cup butter, melted 1 cup flour 11/4 teas salt 1/2 teas black … Continue reading

Dressed Up Chicken

In an old SLM, Oct 2003, there was a recipe that has caught my eye, 10 years later. Using canned biscuits as the bread bowl that holds the chicken mixture that makes a very simple dinner, the individual little bowls make dinner personal and elegant. Substitute turkey for the chicken to use leftover turkey in … Continue reading

#785 Way to Cook Chicken

They just keep coming. Just when you think that no one can invent another way to bake chicken, but here it is folks, a new recipe that really is a great recipe. Our daughter, Christi, who lives in Orlando texted this to me a few days ago. I went to the store, have bought the … Continue reading

Security Guards & Smouthered Chicken

Last evening we went to watch the Ranger vs Angels play. We were excited to be going out to an evening of eating junk food without guilt. Why is it, when you are enjoying sports events or carnivals, car shows or festivals, we eat as though none of the calories will turn to fat? We … Continue reading

Sesame Chicken Noodle Salad

This is the second one I couldn’t wait to post. 8 oz uncooked angel hair pasta 2 cups cubed chicken breast 1 1/2 cups coleslaw mix 1 can (11 oz) mandarin oranges, drained 1 medium sweet red bell pepper, julienned or finely chopped 1 cup fresh sugar snap peas, trimmed and halved 2/3 cup reduced-fat … Continue reading