Tag Archives: Chicken

Stir Fry Soup

This looks more noodle-y than it really is because I just tossed the noodles on top. I refrigerate the soup separately from any kind of grain or pasta because it soaks up all the broth, making the grain/pasta too soft … Continue reading

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Soup Topped with Chicken and Rice

This soup was very rich and delicious as I used more of the wonderfully healthful bone broth made from the organic chicken. Much to my surprise, there really IS a difference in the consistency and taste of the meat, and … Continue reading

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Cream of Broccoli and Beyond

Well it IS Cream of Broccoli, but it also has onion, mushrooms, salsa, chicken breast, Cheddar cheese, and barley in it. The barley was a last-minute brainstorm. Gary loves barley, so . . . well, why not? Dump it on … Continue reading

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The Chicken That Wouldn’t Quit

Apparently I was quite remiss in not taking portraits of the many meals that this chicken has provided, but here is a list of what it has given us so far, and to come. Each was two servings, of course. … Continue reading

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What Can You Do With a $15. Chicken?

Fifteen dollars sounds like a lot of money for one chicken. And it is, but listen to this. Last Sunday I baked a $15.64 organic, free-range chicken in my Nesco roaster. We are still eating on it. This guy was … Continue reading

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Chinese-style Stir Fry with Linguini

BOK CHOY! Have you ever tried it? It is really an amazing vegetable. When I am cutting it up for the base of a nice stir fry, it is hard to not gobble it all down. It is sweetish, and … Continue reading

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Mutton Curry

No, this isn’t mutton; it’s chicken. But I made this curry dish with some curry paste that is supposed to be for mutton. That sounds ghastly to me, but I can’t really tell the differences among the different packets of … Continue reading

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Club Sandwich Casserole

It was dinnertime, and offering a panini always meets with great enthusiasm. Again lunch had been late, so a lighter dinner was in order. A traditional Club Sandwich has turkey, ham, cheese, and various other goodies, so I put in … Continue reading

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Cilantro – a new favorite

Home from the clinic and starving – as usual! DH had a bowl of brown rice and Peruano beans with Italian sausage – very internacional! My bowl looked like the above. You can’t see the delicious chicken stew that was … Continue reading

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Horseradish White Cheddar Sandwich

Can I get the whole thing in my mouth? Yes, indeed. There is a slab o’ ham and some chicken breast slices underneath the horseradish white Cheddar cheese, the tomato slices, the grilled red peppers, cilantro leaves, and avocado bits. … Continue reading

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Panini Cheese Hinge, Internacional

My panini pan is way in the back of a cabinet, so I don’t often think to get it out to preheat on the stove for the ten minutes this takes, but when I do . . . oh, my … Continue reading

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Israeli Cous Cous Goes with Everything

Much as we love it, I don’t always think to cook Israeli cous cous as frequently as I should. It goes with everything, and is just totally delightful. See how colorful it is with this BBQ’d chicken and vegetables? The … Continue reading

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Cranberry Relish

This is one of our favorite dinners. Roast chicken, in a rich gravy made from the very gelatinized bone broth from the roasting process, is great comfort food, but it is the cranberry relish that makes it so very special. … Continue reading

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Chicken Soup and Olive Pizza

This lunch turned out to be quite memorable. Yesterday I did my Nissan-Thermos vacuum bottle trick with some little wheel-shaped pastas. Thirty minutes, and just under a cup of noodles (half of a seven-ounce bag) and two cups of boiling … Continue reading

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Israeli Cous Cous – Trader Joe’s Version

This is for all the Israeli cous cous fans (waving to Dale!). We made our annual pilgrimage to Trader Joe’s last week and scarfed up three one-pound bags of their pseudo Israeli cous cous. They call it Harvest Grains Medley. … Continue reading

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Spaghetti, Red Peppers, Fresh Spinach and Chicken Tenders

I had intended to put mushrooms with this, but we ate them at lunch time on a cheeseburger! Looks pretty plain, but the toasty roasty chicken pieces and red peppers were delightful, and by not including them in the pasta … Continue reading

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Mexican Restaurant at Home

Inside: Lightly sautéed chicken tenders with freshly ground lemon pepper, refried beans, and some of the enchilada sauce (Santa Cruz Chile Powder, beef broth, leftover steak gravy, Montreal Steak Seasoning, the end of the fresh tomato salsa, the dregs from … Continue reading

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FREE – Sehr Gut!

Every once in a while Safeway has a coupon for a fairly expensive item that they are offering for free to entice the shopper to repeat buy. I took advantage of this the other day and accepted a package of … Continue reading

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Judie McNuggets and Mini-Omelet

Judie McNuggets and Mini-Omelet This is one of our favorite dinners. It takes a while to make these delicious nuggets, but I make a dozen at a time, so there are three meal opportunities with each effort. They freeze well, … Continue reading

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Curry and Scallions

This was a super quick dinner using fresh peppers and frozen spinach.  The chicken and the rice were left over from an earlier meal.  A small drizzle of curry sauce on mine; more for others.  I’m not a big fan … Continue reading

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