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Recipes

Whole Chicken How-To

Of the many, many things that seem oh-so-much better in life on the farm, one thing that I have grown especially appreciative of is the magic of th...

Turkey or Chicken Pot Pie

While I certainly do enjoy a nice meal out, I prefer to prepare most meals for my family at home.  Here is one of our favorites.  It is perfect on ...

Buffalo Chicken Dip

Let me just say, that I LOVE this dish and I'm sure that you and your guests will too!  Ingredients: 2-3 Becker Farms boneless/skinless chicken b...

Roasted Chicken

Ingredients: Becker Farms whole chicken--thawed (allow approximately 4 days to thaw in the refrigerator) few teaspoons of canola or olive oil sal...

Stir-Fry Sauce

Stir-fry is one of my favorite things to make (and of course, eat!).  Making your own stir-fry sauce is both easy and much healthier than store-bou...

Herb Pecan Chicken Salad

I love chicken salad! It, like so many dishes, can be prepared in countless ways, based on the likes of those who will be enjoying it.  My ideal me...

Chicken and Rice Casserole

I typically save casseroles for the fall and winter months, but with the cool, rainy days we have been having, I have made this dish a few times th...

Chicken Fried Rice

Have a craving for your favorite take-out? Try making it at home! This is a favorite at my house and tastes better than anything you could buy (and...

Chicken Parmesan

While I certainly enjoy eating Chicken Parmesan (my favorite coming from a charming, little restaurant in Madison, IN), I had never made it myself ...

Mexican Chili

Fall is my favorite season for many reasons, one of which is because the cooler temperatures are perfect for making a big pot of soup!  This recipe...

Turkey or Chicken Tetrazini

Fall is a great time for this hearty, great-tasting dish.  Serve with your favorite vegetables or salad and enjoy! Ingredients: 1 box (1 lb) of un...

Tuscan Chicken Soup

love soup and I especially love this recipe--from the first spoonful I had (while attending a cooking class at Kitchen Art many years ago), I knew...