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I was going to introduce this with a long story about how easy it is to introduce “exotic” foods to youngsters, but after this, I don’t have the energy. Instead, here’s the recipe for a hoale version of basic chicken … Continue reading
We have this combo that never fails to come out perfect. I’m thinking they all originally came from the Colorado Collage cookbook, from the Denver Junior League, or maybe just two out of the three did. But they work together … Continue reading
Two reasons to make your own flatbreads: 1. They sell naan in packs of two for $3.00, and for three bucks in ingredients you can make a dozen or more. 2. Store-bought never tastes as good as right off the … Continue reading
This one takes about an hour, but the chicken has about three seconds of hands-on time, so you have time to make the rice and clean up while it’s in the oven. The grilled tomatoes can go in with the … Continue reading
In the oven or on the grill, this is one of my favorite combos. The chicken and tomatoes have just a bit of a kick (spicy, not hot), and the rice salad makes a great left-over for lunch the next … Continue reading