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Estonian Chicken


I’ve talked a lot about my grandma on my blog, but I don’t know if I’ve ever mentioned that she’s Estonian. She fled from the country when she was in her late teens/early twenties, and she’s got one of the most interesting stories of anyone I’ve ever met. Scratch that. She’s got the most interesting story […]

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Revised Tuscan Chicken


So the other day, I had the cheapo cut of meat, chicken legs with thighs attached, sitting in my fridge. The delicious Italian dish, Tuscan Chicken, came to mind and, knowing it has a long marinating time, I quickly set about gathering the ingredients. Just as quickly, I realized I didn’t have many of the main ingredients […]

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Double Potato Garlic Chicken

Double Potato Chicken

August has been a tough month for me and my family so far. We’ve had one of those crises where everyone just needs to band together, be there for each other, and try to get through. Of course, one of my favourite ways to show support is to take over in the kitchen, and let […]

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Good Old Fashioned Fried Chicken!

Fried Chicken

I’ve made fried chicken several times and it’s always hit or miss. Will it turn out? Won’t it? Who knows, because I’ve had a different result each and every time! Luckily, I’ve learned a few things from both my hits and misses, and now I believe I know what those are. Other than the actual chicken, there […]

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Chicken and Waffle Club with Sriracha Maple Syrup

Chicken Waffle Club

I love chicken and waffles. Like, love them. So when I was at one of the big chain restaurants and tried this Chicken and Waffle Club with Sriracha Maple Syrup, I knew I had to rush right home and try to recreate it. Other than the fact I didn’t leave my waffles in the waffle-maker for long enough, I think […]

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Perfectly Pan-Roasted Chicken

Perfectly Pan Roasted Chicken

Whether you’re using them as a main course, or you just need juicy chicken for tacos or a salad, there’s more than one way to cook a good bird. Pan-roasting is a quicker way to cook chicken, and I find that because you have so much more control over it, it doesn’t dry out as easily. […]

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Baked Pesto Chicken Thighs

Pesto Chicken

When I first thought about making pesto chicken, I wondered if it could really be as easy as just brushing some chicken thighs with pesto and baking it off. Turns out, it is. 6 bone-in chicken thighs, with skin $4.98 1 cup store-bought or homemade pesto $3.65 3 tablespoons olive oil $0.09 Salt $0.01 Pepper $0.01 Total […]

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