This was created while I was a cook at a Hospice PCU in Mesa AZ. A family member had asked if he could barbeque some chicken breasts for friends that were coming to visit his wife, along with staff and other patients able to eat. Unfortunately, when I got to work that day, he asked if I could cook them some other way as his wife was declining rapidly. I ended up baking 10 chicken breasts and this is how the portions that were not eaten ended up.
Don't let the title throw you. This soup is really tasty. The secret is that you really need to start with homemade Turkey broth and preparing that is not included in the prep time. Served with a fresh roll or hot biscuit, this is an easy meal. It also keeps well in the freezer. Barb was the apartment manager back when I lived in Gig Harbor WA.
If you love liver, you will love this dish. I have friends who did not care for liver but would eat this when ever I made it. Recipe came from the short-lived Betty Crocker "Sphere" magazine back in 1973
A light, tasty cabbage salad that, unlike many others, has no ramen noodles in it. Cooking time is chilling time. You can easily eat on this salad for a week, and have done this many times in the past. This recipe was given to me by Helen Marcum.
Now that peach season is here, make some of this delicious cordial to save for when the cooler temps come along. This will also make great gifts. After straining off the cordial itself, do not dump the peaches. Pick out the flavoring spices and run through a food mill or blender and serve over ice cream. Please note that the cooking time is the time it takes for the peaches to flavor the vodka.
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