Tonight for dinner I’m grilling a simple skin on the bone-in chicken breast. I like leaving the skin on and bone in so that the chicken is really moist. We’re at our Ironworks cabin so we almost always grill.  The spice I use is Boswell’s Blends – Fowl-n-Feather Seasoning.  I bought it at one of those home shows in Phoenix AZ and use it all the time.  The ingredients in case you want to try something similar are: salt dehydrated garlic dehydrated onion other spices (the secret ingredients) sugar dehydrated red bell pepper dehydrated parsley Rub the spices into the chicken breast & spray withRead More →

It seems like eternity since I’ve posted a new recipe to KCinAZ.  Originally, my posts were all about food and then I ran out of newly created recipes.  Sometimes, the old noggin just doesn’t think up new goodies.  But, leave it to the hubby, he requested that I smoke chicken for a dinner party and this recipe was the result.  Apple Wood Smoked Lemon Chicken stuffed with quartered golden delicious apples and white onion. Take one 3-4 pound  whole chicken Season Hen Under Skin: 1 teaspoon lemon peel fo season under skin 4 sprigs fresh thyme salt & Pepper to season inside of hen Season Inside the Hen: 1Read More →

One of my favorite things to do with Ms. T is to help her make her famous homemade noodles.  When she visited this spring we went up to the cabin and carted all the ingredients we needed to make Chicken and Homemade Noodles.  It’s  one of my most desired comfort foods and I also have it with leftover turkey during the holidays.  The recipe is from Ms. T’s family; Grandma Olga who was of German heritage. It is fun to think that this recipe has been passed on through multiple generations and I’m now sharing it with you.   I usually cheat when it comesRead More →

Baked Chicken Cordon Bleu… How I wish I could lay claim to this wonderful recipe and the picture but alas I can only share it here at KCinAZ.  I absolutely love baking this dish and it has the fame on BigOven as one of the “Top Ranked” recipes. From the Author: I have been making this recipe for years now. It is such a wonderful and tasty dish…not to mention that you can prepare it in advance. I always fall back on this recipe when I have dinner guests. It is pretty nice to be able to enjoy their company without worrying too much about dinner.Read More →

Viceroy at Mead's Bay

We departed from Simpsons Bay on the Dutch side of St. Martin early enough in the morning to catch the draw bridge at Marina Port de Blaisance and motor to customs right away.  In order to depart from St. Martin the Smitten Kitten’s captain, Stuart, had to speed off to clear all those aboard through customs so that we could go into International seas and set sail to Anguilla.  We were pretty much first in line, though a hot-shot from another charter (to remain un-named) did try to one up us.  He almost “tagged” us as he tried to snuggle between us and the shore.  He gave up quickly, roundedRead More →

I Love Chicken Cordon Bleu and this is one of the best from BigOven.com.  I’ve made it several times and it always is delicious.  Looks as great as it tastes. I wish I could take credit for the recipe but not. I do love it!!  It was submitted by Ellie36.  Over 8,000 people have said they want to make it and over 11,000 have it in their BigOven favorites. I have made it several times and when I made it and took a photo, it looked like this: Baked Chicken Cordon Bleu recipe If you like this recipe from KCinAZ, then give me a likeRead More →

Made this again last night and it wasn’t as good as the first time it was made. Sometimes a dish doesn’t turn out the same the second time around and I always wonder why? On thinking about what was different several thoughts come to mind? I didn’t use a measure spoon and just guessed on the amounts or sprinkled from the spice jar. Won’t do that again! The dish may have had too much brown sugar or too much soy the second time around. Again, because I was playing like I was super chef instead of following the recipe it just didn’t have the lightRead More →