Homemade Chicken Noodle Soup

It’s just about that time of year…cold and flu season. Yuck! And what’s a better way to nurse yourself back to health than a warm bowl of Homemade Chicken Noodle Soup? Our plan to have Chicken n’ Noodles earlier this week, was changed a bit when Nick came down with Bronchitis. I had a whole chicken […]

Homemade Chicken n’ Noodles

Several months ago, Walmart asked me to come up with some meal solutions that would use only three ingredients. My Homemade Chicken n’ Noodles came to mind right away. While I typically use more than three ingredients, you can certainly adapt the recipe to use only three…Chicken, Noodles and Cream of Chicken Soup. We shot […]

Jamaican Jerk Chicken Fajitas and Our Menu Plan

Doug’s become quite the fan of marinating for grilling this past Summer and even though the weather is getting chillier he still fires up the grill once or twice a week. He had planned on trying the World Harbors Jamaican Jerk marinade for quite awhile so this weekend Doug grabbed some at the store and […]

Slow Cooker Buffalo Chicken Chili

Fall is definitely here, the temperatures are falling as well as the leaves. When the weather turns as it has we start to add more soups and stews to our menu, we have a favorite Chili that has been in our recipe box for several years and gets made alot. But every now and then […]

General Tso Chicken

We have been planning to share this General Tso Chicken with you for a couple weeks, but the first batch we made disappeared so fast that we didn’t even have time to take photos for you. So we tripled the batch this time to make sure, and ended up having to take a picture quickly […]

Sesame Chicken Satay: On A Stick Cookbook Giveaway

We continue our Food on a Stick series today with this Sesame Chicken Satay. The inspiration came from the On A Stick Cookbook, but Doug changed up the recipe a bit to make it more budget friendly and a little easier to make. We love the way that the flavors in Asian cuisine always seem […]

Grilled Chicken with Cucumber-Peach Salsa

As I’ve said before, I’m more of a traditional cook, probably because that is how my Mom cooked…like a Midwestern. But Doug likes changing things up a bit, and sometimes I just have to give in and let him try a recipe. And usually…it turns out. This is one of those recipes. Living in Northern […]

Roasting Chicken: Saving Time and Money

One of the most economical sources of protein for your family is chicken. While most meats will run you $2.50 per pound or more you can readily find chicken for less than $2.00 per pound. We are always on the lookout for deals at our local supermarket, especially when it comes to buying meat. We […]

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