Caprese Chicken

You may notice this is pretty similar to my balsamic chicken post. You would not be wrong, but what else goes really well with a rich balsamic than a good Caprese salad.

Chicken Papaya (Tinola)

My favorite Filipino comfort food, similar to chicken with a touch of fish sauce, green papaya, and because I like it I add noodles.

Green Chili Chicken Enchiladas

Creamy green salsa verde sauce smothering chicken, roasted hatch peppers, covered in cheese. Creamy, spicy, cheesy perfection.

Fried Chicken Sandwich

Something about the crunch of the double breaded chicken, the tanginess of the coleslaw or the spiciness of the pickled jalapeƱos just elevates the sandwich beyond anything in a drive-thru.

Huli Huli Chicken

Huli Huli Chicken is easy to make at home. It all starts with a marinade that is sweet from the pineapple juice, gingery, with just a hint of spice.

Balsamic Chicken

This an easy but impressive dinner that can also be a quick weeknight meal. I used dark meat so it doesn’t dry out, I added caramelized onions to add a bit of sweet and to add a bit of texture to the sauce, I finished it with butter to make the sauce velvety

Chicken and Grape Salad

Do you need the world’s most perfect summer potluck dish?  Because this is it!  It’s quick and easy and super refreshing on a hot summer’s night. My grandparents lived on the banks of Holmes Harbor, Whidbey Island and every summer was the Island County Fair, which in the 90’s it was the best thing ever.Continue reading “Chicken and Grape Salad”

Creamy Chicken Taquitos

If you have kids you know you need to stock up on snacks. If you have boys you know you need to double the number of snacks that you think would be enough. And if you have twin boys who are 10 you then you know you need to either make a special hiding placeContinue reading “Creamy Chicken Taquitos”

Landon’s Famous Gumbo

Popular Creole stew full of chicken, sausage, shrimp and of course the holy trinity. Thickened with a dark french roux and okra.

Chicken, Broccoli, and Rice Casserole

My Swedish Grandma (we called her Marnie) raised 5 kids through the 50s and 60s, the age of frozen dinners, adding cans of food to other cans of food, and casseroles. During summer breaks, I’d spend weeks at time with my grandparents and other cousins at their home on Whidbey Island that is right onContinue reading “Chicken, Broccoli, and Rice Casserole”

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