This grilled chicken and shrimp cioppino is our version of San Francisco’s classic Italian fish stew. It features grilled chicken and succulent shrimp in a tomato and wine sauce.
Holy crap! We’ve been cookin’ up a storm ’round here! Smiling faces abound.
There’s something about the rustic nature of grain mustard and the earthy flavor of maple that seem right at home with the smokiness of the grill. I’ve never seen a chicken so happy!
Whether you grill it or use the stove-top, this classic chicken tikka masala is loaded with flavor and is easier to make than you might think.
This grilled blackened chicken may not be all that New Orleans has to offer, it’s one of our favorites. put a little “Nawlins” in your mouth.
Mother Clucker’s been busy, lately. Let’s try some of her recent creations.
This French inspired classic chicken chasseur dish is more like a stew. It’s an easy and tasty comfort food.
Skewered marinated meat is quickly seared over a hot fire. Souvlaki is typically eaten right off the skewer or stuffed into pita bread. Also great on a bed of rice.
This barbequed chicken pizza proves just how great pizza can taste when properly cooked on a grill. I guarantee, your local pizzeria has nothing on this pizza!
No one fails to invite the chicken to a salad, soup or sandwich party!
An orange dressing and mesquite smoked chicken contribute great flavor to this salad. Sweet mandarin oranges and orange zest also pitch in.
Maybe “The Other White Meat” has a more famous “pulled” sandwich, but the chicken is an admirable foe. Try this pulled chicken and I’m sure you’ll agree.
Mesquite grilled chicken, the flavors of cumin and cilantro topped with Mexican cheese and crushed tortilla chips all combine to make one mean bowl of chili!
It’s almost Saturday night! Who’s ready for a wing ding?
If you love hot wings, you’ll love these agent orange chicken wings. Of course, you must also be fond of oranges.
These Sriracha honey chicken wings may soon overtake its rival…the Buffalo wing. Sriracha is the star of the show with the wings playing the supporting role.
Traditionally, Buffalo wings are deep-fried, but these oven baked Buffalo wings are a perfect alternative. Crispy, yet still juicy. Go ahead and put away the deep fryer!
Around here, even the youngsters pitch in
These huevos rancheros may not be quite traditional. While there’s nothing wrong with tradition, we felt there needed to be a bit more substance to the dish.
These beet dyed eggs are the perfect way to add some excitement to any hard boiled egg. They’re not only pretty, they’re also easy to make.
If you’re entertaining or just need a quick and easy breakfast, here’s a grilled breakfast casserole that’s fast, easy and tasty. Great from the grill or oven