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    Adapted from a Campbell's recipe to make it a little more waist friendly!

    Recipe #355195

    You can enjoy a moist, flavorful grilled chicken, complete with succulent juices, even without a spit. Don't truss this bird, because the legs won't cook evenly when pressed up against the body. From the New Basics Cookbook! Spanish inspired.

    Recipe #134365

    This is great served over chicken or fish! From Stop The Clock! Cooking: Defy Aging--Eat The Foods You Love by Cheryl Forberg

    Recipe #74172

    A yummy way to have leftover turkey!

    Recipe #146014

    A different take on chicken salad! Adapted from Country Woman magazine.

    Recipe #163040

    This recipe was a 1997 Grand Prize Winner in Better Homes and Gardens! Enjoy! Chicken needs to stand for 30 minutes before cooking.

    Recipe #84234

    This is courtesy Adam Gertler, on the show The Next Food Network Star-Episode: Into the Studio. It's got some great ratings on the food network. I hope you like it too! :) You can save time and use your own BBQ sauce but it is said this BBQ sauce is out of this world. The rub is so good! If you would like to make just enough rub for this recipe use 1 tbls. kosher salt, 1 tbls. plus 1 1/2 tbls. light brown sugar, 1 tbls. smoked paprika, 1 1/2 tsp. chili powder, 1/8 tsp. dried rosemary,crushed, 1/8 tsp. dried thyme, 1 1/2 tsp. granulated garlic. I have not tried this yet(I'm a vegetarian and will have to wait for a party), but it sounds yummy!

    Recipe #393770

    From $40 a Day, this comes from Brussels, Belgium. Comfort food!

    Recipe #124393

    Serve this for lunch or dinner along with a nice green salad! Adapted from Pampered Chef cookbook "All The Best" from our kitchen to yours. Enjoy!

    Recipe #324243

    Flavor, flavor, flavor! From Good Deal with Dave Lieberman.Good deal Dave!This may be cooked in a crockpot. The ale in this may be replaced by chicken or vegetable broth. You may also use chicken legs and wings instead of turkey.

    Recipe #160617

    This recipe, submitted by Elise Lalor from Issaquah, WA, was the 2009 Judges’ Choice and $10,000 winner(representing the Pacific region) in the 2009 Chicken Cooking contest put on by the National Chicken Council.

    Recipe #376669

    The employees at Pizza Kitchens rate this number one! What's not to love with the crunch of the jicama, corn chips, and lettuces; the explosions of different flavors with every bite; and the contrast of the sweet-and-spicy barbecue sauce with the cool ranch dressing...mmmm...mmmm!

    Recipe #121582

    A new and refreshing way to enjoy mashed potatoes! From Southern Living magazine.

    Recipe #120458

    This is a recipe from the famous Cliff House at Pikes Peak, in Manitou Springs, Colorado. This was originally made with duck, but I have change it to chicken. Adapted from Recipes from Historic America by Linda and Steve Bauer. A great book! And now a little history: Travelers once just passed through Manitou Springs, never staying for long. It was a stagecoach stop on the route from Colorado Springs to Leadville, one of the most famous stagecoach runs in the American West. Manitou Springs grew up around the gold mines in the Pikes Peak area in the late 1850s, and when those mines proved bountiful, that all changed. The building that had been the stagecoach stop was converted into a 20-room boardinghouse known simply as "The Inn". The earliest guests were mostly trappers and hunters on their way to or from Colorado Springs. But soon gold seekers made their way through Manitou Springs, bringing more business to the small inn. On occasion, tents had to be pitched next to the building to accommodate the overflow of guests. By 1876, when the gold strikes were fewer and far between, the inn was struggling. That's when a mineral of another sort - mineral springs - came to play a role in the inn's fortunes. Manitou Springs was home to ancient mineral springs, which bubbled up from underground limestone aquifers and carbonated the water - it was cool, good-tasting and had a high concentration of beneficial minerals. American Indians had been drinking it straight from the springs, believing them to have healing powers. It was also in the 1870s that a man named Edward E. Nichols came west to fight a battle with tuberculosis. Nichols moved permanently to Manitou Springs, where he served as mayor for eight terms. He bought the inn in 1886, renamed it the Cliff House and turned it into a sophisticated hotel that capitalized on the region's springs and sparkling waters. In 1914, Nichols and Colorado Governor Oliver Shoup founded the Manitou Bath House Company. The entire community became a resort specializing in water therapies, and people were eager to visit and take advantage of the healing powers of the springs. In the 30 years that followed, Nichols expanded the hotel from 20 rooms to 56, and eventually to 200. The result was the beautiful, four-and-a-half-story building that still stands today. The Cliff House had evolved into a desirable destination in its own right, attracting a well-heeled clientele, including Theodore Roosevelt; Ferdinand, Crown Prince of Austria; William Henry Jackson; Charles Dickens Jr.; P.T. Barnum; Thomas Edison; Clark Gable; F.W. Woolworth; and J. Paul Getty. Each morning, guests were given programs detailing the evening's entertainment. They enjoyed a formal dinner, then delighted in a concert on the hotel grounds. Afterward, they were encouraged to walk across the street to Soda Springs for a glass of fresh springwater before retiring. The Cliff House even had underground tunnels leading from the hotel to the spa. In later years, a bathhouse was built at the spa, and bellboys from the hotel would cross to the spring to fill bottles and glasses with sparkling water for the guests. The Cliff House at Pikes Peak soon became the most popular hotel and spa in the Colorado Springs region, drawing people from all walks of life and from around the world. For all its successes, the Cliff House also endured some hard times. In 1921, a flash flood roared down Williams Canyon and washed through the hotel's Grill Room, a small sandwich and soda shop in the rear of the east wing, buckling the floor all the way to the ceiling. California real estate developer James S. Morley bought the Cliff House in 1981, converting the historic building into a 42-unit apartment building. But in its second disaster of the century, the building caught fire in March 1982. The fourth-floor roof sustained so much damage it had to be replaced, and the interior was stripped of all plumbing, plaster and floor coverings. The water damage was so extensive that the entire building was threatened. Immediate action was taken to preserve what remained. Due to the local economy, the building stood vacant for 16 years. Since the Cliff House had been placed on the National Register of Historic Places, the fire also raised concerns among citizens groups and government agencies that supported its renovation. In 1997, Morley committed to the restoration, vowing to return the hotel to its original distinction, preserving the Rocky Mountain Victorian architecture of the 1800s, but incorporating 21st century state-of-the-art technology and amenities. After $9 million worth of refurbishing and loving care, this vision has been realized.

    Recipe #238812

    True Chicken a la King is made of all white meat, pure cream and sherry wine. The recipe here, adapted from the Ball Blue Book of Canning, is suitable for canning.

    Recipe #138511

    This is posted in response to a request. Spicy with a little heat! You may substitute beef for the chicken for Beef Ceylon!

    Recipe #58986

    Chicken breast with rosemary, garlic,then mixed with saltine crackers, topped with lemon mayonnaise give these a luscious aroma and tangy flavor! Adapted from Southern Living magazine. These patties may be shaped ahead, wrapped in plastic wrap, and stored in zip top freezer bags in the freezer for up to three months. You may also mix dark chicken meat in with the breast.

    Recipe #134735

    Baked in the oven so it doesn't have all the fat, Chicken croquettes has a crispy outside similar to deep-fried croquettes. And the mushroom sauce served with them is almost like gravy.

    Recipe #46796

    This dish is extra-rich! Incredibly easy to prepare. It is the kind of recipe that guarantees you can impress your guests without spending hours and hours in the kitchen! It's great served with rice, just add steamed fresh broccoli and you have a beautiful dinner! From Chef Paul Prudhomme's Fiery Foods That I Love cook book.

    Recipe #45930

    Adapted from Mediterranean Food Market, this is a delicious company or family dinner!

    Recipe #144672

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