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August 31, 2004


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» Carnival of the Recipes #3 from She Who Will Be Obeyed!
This week, we have a lot of great recipes to choose from. I am adding a rule, though – The Carnival of the Recipes will not link to any recipes involving household pets or horses, I don’t care if you... [Read More]

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Please feel free to make any comments on any of the recipes you have tried in this Carnival or the Carnivals before it. I'll start! Today, I tried BeeBee's CocaCola Briskit. It came out very tender and tasty and the... [Read More]

» Another Recipe Review from She Who Will Be Obeyed!
Allan's recipe, Mexican Chicken Chowder is great. I can see that you can play with the recipe pretty easily - serve it with a bit of grated cheese on top (if your nutritional needs allow it) or cut up some... [Read More]

» What's Cooking? from GENUINE
Today is another first for the Genuine kitchen. Today I am making Mexican Chicken Chowder. I found this recipe through a very cool meme that I found called the Carnival of Recipes and this recipe was compliments of a blogger,... [Read More]


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Hmmmm. Sounds easy. This is always a plus in my book. One question: in what aisle will I find the dehydrated onions?


Oops. I should have been more clear about that. I meant Dried, diced onions, available in the aisle with al the herbs and seasonings.

You could just dice a large fresh white or red onion, but the dried ones make it so easy (No slicing. No dicing).


No julienning, either, I suppose?




Oh YUM! That sounds great! And it's only 3 WW points per serving? Very cool. Thanks for posting these little gems of recipes, Allan.

Beth Donovan

Allan - I tried it today, I love it!


Ultra low fat meat, like b oneless chicken breast, cooked all day in a crock pot?

That's a recipe for exceedingly overcooked, tough, tasteless chicken.

Frankly, that's gets a *BLEECH*.


Don't knock it until you try it.


"That's a recipe for exceedingly overcooked, tough, tasteless chicken."

You must be buying the wrong sort of chicken.

Allan, I've been looking for a chicken chowder recipe and here it is - thank you!


Thanks for the chicken crock pot recipes.
Have to give it a try.

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