Chicken Potato Chowder

chicken potato chowder

Chicken and Potatoes This chowder is hearty and healthy. The best part is that you get to add seasonings to your heart’s content. Use the seasonings your family likes and skip the ones they’d rather do without. You can add more cheese – or less. Stock for the chowder The best way to make this is to use your own stock. That means you cook a chicken – or parts of a chicken – in … Read more

Easy 1,2,3 Chicken Rice Casserole

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Chicken Rice Casserole This easy chicken rice dish is quite versatile. While it calls for three kinds of soup, you can mix and match whatever you like. If your family is into mushrooms, add golden mushroom soup for one of your canned soups. If you prefer to steer away from cream of celery, just use a different soup instead. I’ve used chicken leg quarters, chicken thighs, and chicken breasts for this chicken rice dish. You … Read more

Italian Grilled Chicken

It’s easy. This Italian grilled chicken is one of our favorite grilled dishes.  We’ve served it to a lot of folks on our deck during the summer – up to thirty folks at a time. Marinate the chicken all day, allowing it to thaw. I use a Tupperware container that has a deep lid and a deep bottom.   I just flip the container, which makes to let the dressing seep through. Turn it every … Read more

Creamy Tortellini Soup

The idea for this soup My daughter (Sarah Beth) texted me the other day. “I’m getting ready to make a soup – wish you were here to do it for me,” the text said.  Not to worry, I knew. She’d do fine on her own. I texted back, “Send me photos and the recipe when you’re done and I’ll put it on my blog.” So she did. “I rigged the recipe on my own,” she … Read more

Simple Chicken Pot Pie – by the Gallon

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Down Home Comfort Chicken Pot Pie Some foods are healthier, tastier, and more appealing if they are made from scratch. This dish is one of them. No preservatives, no extra sodium, and plain good real stuff – that’s what I’m talking about. You’ll need to buy chicken, cook it and then remove the skin and bones. Be sure to save that delicious real broth. You’ll want to use real butter and some flour. Choose skim, … Read more