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    5 Reviews |  By ellie_

    This easy fried chicken is perfect for a 4th of July picnic with potato salad and all the fixings. Recipe Source: Bon Appetit (July 1982).

    Recipe #88085

    This is a great way to "fry" that chicken without all of the splatter on top of the stove. A good recipe, and I think it is good cold too.

    Recipe #29977

    I got allot of these, I bought tons of recipe boxes from an auction recently, they are all on hand written index cards. NOTE: none of these have time or servings on them so I am guesstimating those.

    Recipe #195966

    I finally treated myself to a great big ole' frying pan with a lid. I've always wanted one that could fry a whole chicken at once. I've never perfected a recipe for fried chicken, just hit and miss, but I wanted to show off for my DBF so I poured over my recipe books. I was torn between seasoning overnight, or soaking in buttermilk. I fused the two methods together and came out with a real winner. The best of both worlds. I do the seasoning the night before, then do the buttermilk before I go to work in the morning. Then cook when I get home.

    Recipe #143201

    I don't know who Betty is, but this is the best fried chicken recipe I have ever used. I've been using this recipe since 1990 when I found it in The Dallas Morning News food section.

    Recipe #52686

    Very simple chicken recipe, but one my family is quite fond of. They love when there are leftovers, so they can make sandwiches!

    Recipe #47121

    7 Reviews |  By Derf

    Tasty chicken from the local newspaper.

    Recipe #76671

    Adapted from Alton Brown's Good Eats show. The crust on this chicken will really amaze you.

    Recipe #13148

    Fried chicken at its best. The coating on this is so crispy and delicious you will never fry chicken any other way again. Edited to add: If you have the time, try soaking your chicken in the buttermilk all day or even over night. This makes for some very moist chicken.

    Recipe #22995

    In 1986, I was 31 years old, my son was 9, my daughter was one and the Chalfonte was 110 years old. During that time I read in the paper about a woman named Helen Dickerson who had been the head chef in the Magnolia Room at the Chalfonte Hotel in Cape May, New Jersey. Miss Helen got her first job at the Chalfonte at the age of 5 picking flowers. She went on to become head chamber maid and then to run the kitchen for over 60 years. Her daughters, Dorothy "Dot" Burton and Lucille Thompson learned from their mother and so the traditional cooking continues. So well-known was Miss Helen that she was once featured on the old Phil Donohue show. Even today long after Miss Helen's death her legacy lives on. This recipe was featured on The Food Network by Tyler Florence of Tyler's Ultimate. The Chalfonte dates back to 1875. One story goes that the founder, Mr. Henry Sawyer, was a Union Civil War hero imprisoned in Richmond and, at the urging of Mrs. Lincoln, was exchanged for Robert E. Lee’s son. I would so love to go there some day, if only to pay homage to Miss Helen. In 1986, Miss Helen had finally been coerced by the owners to put her fabulous recipes on paper. I immediately ordered the cookbook knowing that as Miss Helen was already 76 years old; if I did not acquire her secret kitchen treasures then, they might be lost to me. I've never regretted ordering that cookbook, "I Just Quit Stirrin' When The Tastin's Good". Enjoy!

    Recipe #236454

    A very easy to make chicken that is crispy and flavorful. Developed this recipe in 1979 and has been a tasty dish to prepare for company.

    Recipe #24894

    No, the title is right! NOT chicken fried steak.....

    Recipe #167298

    5 Reviews |  By Mirj

    Sounds weird, huh? But I promise you, it tastes really good. This recipe was invented to give fried chicken a Chinese flavor. Prep time includes the time the chicken is having its Chinese bath before frying.

    Recipe #57567

    My husband Loves fried chicken...I found this recipe in a cookbook I have and tried it, and it came out awesome! My husband said it was the best he has ever had.

    Recipe #104506

    Recipe #163949

    The Cornstarch gives the chicken a nice crunch.

    Recipe #396512

    13 Reviews |  By Marie

    Wonderfully browned oven baked chicken that tastes as good as fried. Serve with garlic mashed potatoes and delicious chicken gravy for a real comfort food dinner your family will love.

    Recipe #144215

    6 Reviews |  By LAURIE

    This was a weekly article in our local newspaper by our food editor. I have not made them yet but kept the recipe as they sounded good and I wanted to share them here! I will make soon and review myself!!

    Recipe #60168

    This is the easiest, most delicious fried chicken I've ever tasted. It is so tender, full of flavor, and it's very simple to prepare! See if you can eat this fried chicken without first peeling off and eating the crunchy skin! This is best served with Frances's Old Fashioned Collard Greens.

    Recipe #290405

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