Bob Talbert was a columnist for the Detroit Free Press for 31 years. He created this recipe and included it in one of his columns. It was so good that a friend asked his permission to add it to his restaurant's menu. I've seen a couple of recipes here that look like his but don't include the same seasoning amounts that I got from his recipe. The 2 teaspoons of ground cumin and 1/4 teaspoon of cayenne are supposed to be "heaping". It is possible that the version of his recipe I cut out of the newspaper was a later one that he'd improved upon. Personal note: I never bake or microwave the chicken breasts. Poaching them in simmering water works much better. I also use "Better Than Bouillon" for the chicken broth (never buy chicken base that lists salt as the first ingredient). I wanted to post the recipe exactly as Bob Talbert wrote it so I included his baking instruction. You can really speed up the process by cutting the raw chicken into bite-sized cubes and adding along with the chicken broth.