Tagged: ‘chicken’

Cooking for a Crowd: Moroccan Chicken with Dried Fruit and Olives

Moroccan cuisine is influenced by Spanish and French cooking techniques and their main dish meat and vegetable casserole stews are called tagines, which has become a household word in the culinary circles. It is also the name of the traditional baking dish.

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Deli-Roasted Chicken to the Rescue

The rotisserie chickens from the supermarket delis have finally made their way into the mainstream American’s kitchen, not only as the centerpiece for a meal, but an ingredient as well. Once a rarity, now every market and warehouse like Costco I go to has their own roasted chickens, even organic chickens.

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Cobb Salad

I have had many Cobbs in my life, since it is an all-time favorite salad. Cobb Salad was created in the legendary Brown Derby restaurant in Los Angeles (which was constructed like an oversized hut), and its patronage included old Hollywood from the 40s and 50s, and new Hollywood faces from the 60s and 70s.

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Oven-Fried Chicken for Chicken and Waffles

Mildred Pierce move over. Here is the alternative to all that messy stovetop frying.

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