Day 7: BBQ Chicken Pizza and Recap

Day 7. It began with the chicken and in a closing, circle of life kind of way, it should end with the chicken. The legs and thighs from Day One were topped with a bit of BBQ Rub and baked in the oven. The meat was then shredded and added to a from scratch pizza…

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Chicken Soup for the Hungry

Chicken  soup for this and chicken  soup for that. It’s all wonderfully soothing  kitschy  marketing mumbo jumbo, fuzzy kittens, hugs and earthy  crunchy  feel goodedness.  But whatever happened to  chicken soup for the tummy?? Chicken soup because it tasted delicious?  Here is a recipe based on the  simple homemade from scratch  chicken  soup  I grew…

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Smokin’ Hot Chicks

Here’s a dandy idea for the grill and especially with mother’s Day around the corner. Some fresh Cornish game hens were covered with some lemon infused herbs and grilled to perfection. Here the birds received lemon juice and zest, thyme, rosemary, oregano some herbs de Provence. Served with some roasted heirloom tomatoes and asparagus all…

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Smokin’ Hot, Perfect Legs, Juicy Breasts

We are, of course, speaking in reference to your Thanksgiving Day turkey. To have that incredible meal, you can prepare your turkey a  number of different ways. But if you brine your bird, no matter how you cook it, it will be perfect! Here is an all purpose poultry brine. Poultry Brine ½  cup pickling…

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DaytimeTV -Behind the Scenes

Here’s some behind the scenes photos from our latest taping of Daytime TV, the nationally syndicated morning show. Tune in Feb.24th to catch us making that file gumbo recipe from the recent post!   Cheers! -Doc

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Radio Recipe

For all those Packer fans who tuned into the radio program from WCUB in Manitowoc, WI. this am-Here’s that recipe! Me oh my oh, filé gumbo On a cool winter’s eve, few things can be quite as satisfying as a hot bowl of traditional filé gumbo. While these favorites from N’Awlins are renowned for their deep…

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Me oh my oh, File Gumbo

While I start doing all the pre-Thanksgiving Day prep, I like to make a meal that everyone can help themselves to and reheat as needed. Things like chili, stews and of course a gumbo. Here is a delicious sausage, chicken and shrimp gumbo that is good anytime of year. Add extra hot sauce as desired! ½…

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Doc’d up Bleu

When you visit old classics, such as chicken cordon bleu, never fear to doc up the old versions! Here we made this ham,swiss and chicken classic a four cheeese treat with chevre, smoked gouda and Irish cheddar in addition to the Swiis. ‘Nuff said!

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Grilled Curry Chicken and Yogurt Sauce

  [tweetmeme source=”WCWD” only_single=false] Here is a simple little twist on grilled chicken. Serve with a side of hummus or mixed vegetables for a light, spicy good change up from the usual grilled bird. 4 chicken breasts Flat breads Marinade 1 Tbs curry powder ¼ cup white wine 1 tsp olive oil 1 Tbs balsamic vinegar…

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Stuffing the Breast

Here’s our final video for the first series of Code Delicious. How to stuff a chicken breast with some herbs and chevre for a delicious main. [vodpod id=Video.4386891&w=425&h=350&fv=videoId%3D275322037001%26playerID%3D2441023001%26playerKey%3DAQ%252E%252E%2CAAAAAFif1zs%252E%2CHOg5vNGW0TIBo6eV2AIpHfaqwfy2rSg0%26domain%3Dembed%26dynamicStreaming%3Dtrue] Stuffing the Breast, posted with vodpod  

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