From Cooking Light, this is a wonderful side or light main dish. It is good even without the pine nuts if you don't have them on hand, also any herb will work for the basil, you just may need a little more or less depending on the herb.
From Everyday Food. I haven't tried these yet, but am planning adding to my Holiday cookie baskets. Update: Thanks to Gayla's kind review I had to make these NOW. Soooo glad I did, some of the best cookies I've ever made. Almost like a chocolate covered cherry cookie. Maybe I just make big cookies, but I only ended up with about 24, and 11 1/2 minutes was just the right bake time for my oven.
From Cooking Light. Nice substitute for a full-fat brat. Except for the salt and pepper, I use the full amount of spice for one pound of turkey. I tried with ground chicken (not ground chicken breast) the other day and that was great too.
From Everyday Food. The instructions state that you can also use a rotisserie chicken; skip step 1, and add the chicken in step 4 as directed. I haven't made this yet, but I would probably use white wine in place of the water used is steps 2 and 3.
From Cooking Light. To keep nutritional info to their standards they say to discard the skin, but I would serve it with the skin. They recommend for the prettiest presentation to remove the chicken from the bones after cooking and slice thinly across the grain.