Buffalo Chicken Wings

Buffalo Chicken Wings History and Recipe

The Buffalo chicken wing can be considered a true All-American blue collar dish.  It’s origins coming from the city of Buffalo, New York, with a high density of blue collar workers and … Continued

Chicken a la King

Chicken a la King History and Recipe

Chicken a la King is a rich chicken dish that uses lots of cream with pimentos and sherry. It is served either on hot buttered toast, pastry shells, or in … Continued

Coq au Vin

Coq au Vin Chicken Recipe

 Julia Child’s Coq au Vin Coq au Vin (Casserole of Chicken in Red Wine) is Julia Child’s recipe for this famous chicken dish.  Coq au Vin, also known as “Rooster in Red … Continued

Cornell Chicken

Cornell Chicken Barbecue Sauce History and Recipe

  One taste of this Cornell Chicken recipe and you will definitely know why it is so popular.  My husband loves it!  This delicious chicken is served everywhere in New … Continued

faux gras, foie gras

Faux Gras vs Foie Gras

  No Geese Were Hurt In the Making Of This ‘Foie Gras’ Article by Shelly Banjo The Wall Street Journal Online – August 1, 2007   In short order, the status … Continued

King Ranch Chicken

King Ranch Chicken Casserole History and Recipe

King Ranch Chicken Casserole is a favorite stick-to-your-ribs comfort food among Texans.  You will find it served at many potlucks, school cafeterias, funerals, and church socials.  It is considered the … Continued

Turducken

Turducken History and Recipe

 How To Cook A Turkducken Turduckens – What the heck is that?  Well, it is a 15 to 16 pound deboned turkey (except for wing bones and drumsticks), a fully … Continued

Turkey In Mole Sauce

Turkey in Mole Sauce Recipe

 Mole Poblano de Guajolote Everyone can enjoy this traditional Mexican Thanksgiving and Christmas dinner recipe of Turkey in Mole Sauce (Mole Poblano de Guajolote) dinner.  Mexican Americans and others have … Continued