I took a cooking class that included some fancy dishes including chicken marsala, but after tasting the chicken marsala in class, I knew that I could make a dish that tasted better. I've adapted this recipe from Emeril Lagase and included some of the steps that were learned in class. I like it much better than what was made in class. It's not low calorie but that's why it tastes so good. I like to add asparagus tips when I add the mushrooms as well. It's best to use a stainless steel skillet for this recipe as opposed to a non-stick skillet so that the chicken browns quicker.
This recipe is my version of another Dutch apple pie recipe that I've baked many times. My husband and daughter just love this pie and ask me to make it for them all of the time. I have also had to give this recipe out to many of my friends.
I took a rub recipe on here and tweaked it for a while until it it came out how I liked. My goal was to make a rub that I could generously apply to chicken, salmon, or steak that had great flavor and that was not too salty or spicy. This is our standby now and our favorite way to use is is to pat it on both sides of a salmon filet and then cook the salmon on the grill.
I love Trader Joe's Blueberry Lemon Bread so I was looking for a recipe that was similar. This what I came up with. Actually, I can't take all of the credit. I modified recipe #19254 for Glazed Lemon Cake slightly and added blueberries, then baked it in loaf pans. My whole family loves this bread. In fact, I think it's better than Trader Joe's Blueberry Lemon Bread....geez....I know, I am so modest ;-)