Thursday, October 25, 2012

National Cookbook Month!

Happy National Cookbook Month! I love looking through my cookbooks to find something new to cook or bake, or thumbing through to my favorites again and again. Do you have a favorite cookbook? If so...

Grab those cookbooks, flip to your favorites and get busy fixing food for the family...Or make things a little bit easier on yourself and click one of our free recipes here to celebrate National Cookbook Month. Hey, online cookbooks count too, and ours is free!

Baked Chicken Parmesan

Baked Pork Chops

Baked Turkey in a Brown Bag

Bistro Chicken

Buttermilk Baked Chicken

However you decide to celebrate National Cookbook Month, enjoy every recipe and morsel. Visit us on Facebook to share your favorite cookbook or recipe. Or head over to Alicia's Recipes for more tasty recipes, all free, all for you!

Friday, October 19, 2012

National Chili Month

Happy National Chili Month! I've always wanted to say that...I've collected some savory and delicious recipes to help you celebrate National Chili Month. You can thank me later. Oh, you didn't know it was National Chili Month? That's okay. I bet you will still enjoy the recipes.

The good news: even if you didn't know about chili month, chili is one of those dishes that can be served in a more casual, relaxed atmosphere...or dressed up a little and served in a more sophisticated setting.


Amish Cornbread

Ham & Bean Soup

Quick Chicken Pot Pie

Chocolate Chip Pumpkin Cookies

(I couldn't resist adding the chocolate chip pumpkin cookies recipe because they looked so yummy and because they seemed fitting considering the time of year.)

However you decide to celebrate National Chili Month, savor every mouthful! Connect with us on Facebook to share your favorite chili dish or visit Alicia's Recipes for more great kitchen dishes.

Thursday, October 11, 2012

Eat Better, Eat Together

Happy "Eat Better, Eat Together Month"! In honor of this idea of eating better and eating together, I put together some tasty chicken recipes for you to share with your family and/or friends.

Chicken is such a diverse protein to prepare and experiment with in different recipes. (And I find it very difficult to really mess up!) Plus most people will eat chicken and the aren't very many people allergic to chicken, not that I know of anyway.

Baked Chicken

Baked Ranch Chicken

Cashew Chicken

Cajun Chicken Strips

Chicken & Orzo
So pick a chicken recipe, call your family to the table (or call your friends to come over) and enjoy eating a healthy meal while enjoying each other! Connect with us on Facebook to share your favorite family meal or visit Alicia's Recipes for more delicious dinner ideas.

Thursday, October 4, 2012

East Coast Food Tour Part 3

Welcome to our FINAL tour of state foods and favorite recipes! We started with the West Coast and worked our way through all 50 states, discovering some interesting and delightful foods, finally arriving at the East Coast and our last three states on the map.

Thank you for joining me and sticking it out. Hopefully the ride wasn't too bumpy and you found some delicious new recipes to try, or the next time you venture into a new state - to eat!

For our visitors across the pond, even if you never come visit the United States, try some of our delicious recipes to add something new to your kitchen table.

It's no surprise that Vermont is famous for that most tasty of dessert treats - Ben & Jerry's Ice Cream! Since Ben and Jerry are sort of picky about giving out their proprietary recipes, I am sharing our homemade butter pecan ice cream recipe with you.

Butter Pecan Ice Cream

Ah, New Hampshire! One of my favorites, not because I have actually been to New Hampshire (although I plan to visit) but mainly because I love Maple Syrup. I've included our Brown Sugar Syrup as a substitute in case you either 1. don't live in New Hampshire or 2. don't have a maple tree.

Brown Sugar Syrup

Last, but never least: Maine and the land of Lobsters! I have had lobster just a few times in my life and absolutely love it. However, since seafood is not for everyone...I chose to share a Roast Chicken recipe with  you. (Mainly because I didn't have a lobster recipe on hand, and not because I think chicken tastes like lobster or vice verse.)

Roast Chicken

Remember to visit our October Recipes list for yummy fall focused foods and Halloween treats! Connect with us on Facebook to share your favorite autumn recipes or visit Alicia's Recipes for more free recipe and menu ideas.
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