We saw Pat and Gina Neely making Deep fried sliced portabellas on Food-TV. We liked them so much that we decided to try it with baby portabellas and all I can say is everytime we go grocery shopping, I stop and stare at the mushroom display. If you couple these up with Ina Garten's shrimp sauce, Yummo !!
I love a good brisket, and nothing says it like low and slow.
I earned a reputation for my briskets at my church and now
everytime we have a gathering or fellowship, people want me
to bring the brisket. I hope my bragging was worth it on this recipe.
When my wife and I married, I didn't like fried chicken, or chicken of any sort for that matter. I would eat the crust and leave the meat. As the years went by, I learned to love chicken any way you fix it. I think this is the best fried chicken recipe I've ever had. But naturally I'm prejudiced !
This is chicken for two.
I live in Arkansas and my wife is from Ohio and we in the south love our chili and we like it a certain way. When my mother-n-law made me some
of her chili, it had potatoes in it. I never heard of potatoes in chili, but I
tried it and it was great. Been makin' it ever since. But here at home, I
don't call it chili. I call it yank stew.
The first time I posted this recipe I accidentally left out an ingredient, the cream of mushroom soup.
My Pastor's wife brought this casserole to a Pot-Luck Dinner at our church and it was so good that I begged her out of the recipe.
I would like to apologize to Susie D.