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This shredded chicken recipe may be the easiest recipe I make.  It makes a great filling for a taco bar, topping for salads, nachos, enchiladas, quesadillas, or appetizers.  You can cook it as written below as dinner for your family or scale it to serve large parties.  The simplicity does not equal the resulting flavor. […]

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My kids love Chicken Clagiving night.  That’s what they named our version of not Thanksgiving – with Roasted Chicken, Gravy, Homemade Stuffing, and Mashed Potatoes.  The key to stuffing (or croutons if you’re making those), is to have your bread thoroughly dried out.  This is almost never a problem for me since I’m inclined to buy […]

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If you are suffering from boredom and inertia in your weekday meals, I have found the perfect recipe for you to add into your repertoire.  Since the arrival of our third child, sweet Baby Hiatt, my time in the kitchen has been fractioned.  I see glimpses of the future where I will gain a little […]

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This week Central Market had the most beautiful local portabella mushroom caps on display.  Though I’ve never been able to pull off the portabella burger (it’s a texture thing), I absolutely love the flavor of cooked portabellas.  This super fast sauce created from roasted chicken pan juices and a little whiskey was the perfect way […]

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Blasted tech support.  I spent the whole day yesterday trying to get this post onto my site.  Someone asked me for a chicken tetrazzini recipe.  I can’t remember who it was, SMIL perhaps?  Someone else?  I haven’t made this in ages, so it took me awhile to track it down.  I don’t think I’ve attempted […]

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It’s been an absurdly long time since I posted a new recipe.  It really wasn’t intentional; I’ve just been doing other things.  Many people asked if I stopped cooking or was quitting the blog.  As for cooking, no I haven’t stopped, just suffered from a lull in creativity and perhaps from over committing.  As for […]

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One of our tried and true staples back since my Round Rock days has been beer can chicken. First and foremost, who doesn’t love a recipe that starts off 1) Open beer, 2) Drink half… (I feel like Jim Belushi in the Johnsonville Brats commercial.) As summer lurks just around the corner, it’s time to […]

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This simple salad has been one of my favorites of the year.  It requires you to step away from the pre-washed bagged lettuce, but I think Romaine hearts are one of the easiest lettuces to prepare.  If you can chop and wash celery, romaine hearts work the exact same way.  Adding sliced grilled chicken can […]

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This super quick chicken recipe is fancy enough for dinner guests, though admittedly probably a bit to spicy for children.  My friend Dr. Ruth, no not that Dr. Ruth – this one is a professor at UT, recommended her version adapted from an old issue of Bon Appetit.  I adapted the herbs further to my […]

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