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Category: Chicken

“Nacho” Typical Nachos

Where do I begin? Okay, I know….first off, who doesn’t like Nachos? Anyone? Didn’t think so! Let’s get this party started! Well friends, these are Nacho Typical Nachos!Whether you’re at a bar watching a game, at a tailgating party getting ready for a game or just at home with some friends with the game on, Nachos are a Gr8 dish to share with friends, gathered together over some melty, cheesy, chippy goodness!Some…

Far Out, Man!!

We’ve been “Feelin’ Groovy” for 19 years! The Great Eight: Kyle and Joel, Anna and Vince, Jurga and Tim, and Phil and I have been sending happy vibes through Food, Friends and Fun, and we’ve been diggin’ every minute of it! Bingo! That’s it! We’ve got our theme… Far Out 60’s Dinner – The Hippie Years! As I’ve often said, once we choose the theme, the ideas, the look and the menu…

Peppery Chicken Wings

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Ina’s Forty Cloves of Garlic Chicken

She is really just the best! Ina Garten, The Barefoot Contessa is by far my favorite chef! So when my Gr8 dinner theme was “All Food from Ina,” I decided to make this “Chicken with Forty Cloves of Garlic” recipe from one of my favorite cookbooks, Barefoot in Paris.Usually starting by getting all the ingredients out and measured can be quite helpful. Ina’s tip of boiling all the cloves of garlic for a…

Shredded Chicken Tortilla Soup

There is nothing better than a hot bowl of soup for a Fall supper! This recipe is easy to throw together, especially if you already have chicken cooked and ready to shred. If you don’t, see the Gr8 tips below for getting your chicken ready and of course this can be done way ahead of time and then the soup is quickly thrown together. Often I’ll pick up a roasted chicken from Costco or the local…

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