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Sandi’s Bourbon Chicken

Boneless skinless chicken breast (about 2 pounds, can be frozen)½ cup bourbon3 tablespoons minced garlic½ cup Worcestershire sauce1 tablespoon agave nectar2 tablespoons soy sauce1 tablespoon lemon juice1 tablespoon cranberry juice cocktail1 tablespoon teriyaki sauce¾ teaspoon fresh grated ginger1 fresh sliced jalapeno Place all ingredients, except chicken, in a gallon size freezer bag. Seal and shake […]

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Fried Rice

3 tablespoons coconut oil1 – 1½ cups peas and carrots1 – 1½ cups leftover meat (cooked)Garlic powderOnion powderGinger3 cups cooked brown rice3 eggsTamari sauce (or soy sauce) Heat coconut oil in skillet on med-high. Add meat, vegetables, rice, onion powder, garlic powder, and ginger powder. Cook for 5 to 8 minutes stirring occasionally. Beat the […]

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Bean, Rice, and Cheese Rolls

I created this recipe when I was working with a very limited budget. I had made a huge batch of homemade beans and rice and we were sick of eating it! We had plenty of rolls, butter, mozzarella, parmesan, and fresh garlic. I was not an experienced cook at that time, but I knew I […]

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Katie’s Chicken Fingers

I have subscribed to Katie’s newsletter for years and I love it! It’s called the Red Lotus Letter and it’s all about feng shui. Her article about feng shui in the kitchen will apear here next month. In the meantime, she has offered a couple of her favorite recipes. From Katie: Sandi – great blog! […]

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Venison Scaloppini

Cubed venison steakOrange juiceFlourSaltPepperOnion powderGarlic powderLemon juiceBacon grease Soak venison overnight in orange juice. Remove from orange juice and pat dry. Tear into large bite sized pieces. Combine flour and dry seasonings in a large baggie. Drop venison in flour mixture and shake to coat. Heat iron skillet on med-high melting an ample amount of […]

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Deep Fried Chicken Livers

I am running a little slow this week, but here you go… You don’t have to soak the chicken livers in milk, but it greatly reduces that strong liver taste. Liver is very nutritious. It is one of the best sources of iron you can find. The type of iron it contains is called heme […]

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Maryland Fried Chicken

By Jane Bartels 1 cut up chickenbread crumbs and flour mixture….guesstimate…cut up onions….to taste..I use about two small ones.Salt and Pepper dip chicken in 3 cups of milk, then the breadcrumbs/flour mixture.fry a little bit just to set the crust…Fry in butter and oil mixture…but not alot of grease.pour the milk into the chicken skillet […]

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Deep Fried Chicken

Deep Fried Chicken I used tenderloins, but any chicken parts will work. You may need to adjust the cooking time for different sizes. Chicken should be thawed before attempting the process. You can use melted butter or milk instead of eggs. 2 ½ pounds chicken tenderloins1 cup flour1 cup bread crumbs½ cup brown sugar2 tablespoons […]