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Category Archives: Poultry

Pistachio and Parmesan Tenderloins

The recipe was so easy, I would never forget.  From cocktail parties to smaller group gatherings with friends, these Pistachio and Parmesan Tenderloins were so popular, it was a no brainer to ever stop preparing them. Do you have any, oh- so- easy to prepare, quick and delicious recipes that somehow fall off the radar […]

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Asian Chicken Salad in Lettuce Cups

Oh how I meant this Post on Asian Chicken Salad in Lettuce Cups to be more instructional, perhaps with an interesting recipe story, but the weekend was the college graduation of my youngest daughter, Alex the Athlete, with the final athletic banquet happening early- on last week. Yes, two trips to DC in one week, […]

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Cajun Style Spicy Orange Chicken, Zucchini, Summer Squash, Red Pepper, Corn

If you happen into a restaurant about an hour before dinner service begins you may often be greeted by the whole establishment crowd together sharing staff dinner. Besides feeding a hungry group, staff dinner is sometimes the opportunity for restaurant management to review certain dishes or specials of the evening as well as any specialty […]

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Cafe Excellence Sumatra Coffee Turkey Chili

Lively tastes with exciting spiced flavor combinations is the trend of today, and using coffee and chocolate in the preparation of Chili may be considered among these. Many ethnic dishes of ages past now emerge appearing as something new, merely by introduction, and a public with a greater willingness to experience something unknown and possibly […]

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Individual Chicken, Fennel, Mushroom Pot Pies, Puff Pastry

It has been many years recollecting a winter as harsh as this along the East Coast. Well beyond the busied frenzy of supermarkets packed with long lines of customers rolling large metal carts overstuffed with enough food to last a month for a one- day two inch snow storm, the constant state of mounding white […]

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Indian Inspired Chicken, Cauliflower, and Chick Peas

Aromatic spices create shaded depths of golden colors bursting forth complexities of diverse flavors, hot and cool, pungent, tangy and sweet each combining harmoniously into one Indian inspired dish.

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Five Simmering Chickens, Five Easy Soups, its Northeast Bloggers ‘Friday Five’

Howdy Y’all. Today on Spiced Peach Blog we’re sharing the ‘Friday Five’, a feature with the Northeast Bloggers Group that includes providing a writing collection on five of anything. Grouping into fives is quite easy when it comes to food, that is, once you’ve prepared your chosen five to share. One day each week in […]

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Easy Chinese Chicken Dumplings

Few things compare to the comfort of fresh Chinese dumplings just out of the steamer, soft, ever so slight stickiness, and translucence revealing the slightest bit of color tempting juicy bites of fresh flavorful combinations first dipped into a soy and tangy rice vinegar sauce.  

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Baked Chicken Panko in less than an hour

While I have been working on some upcoming Feature Articles to share with you on Spiced Peach Blog, from the bus stop to the supermarket I hear many parents expressing currently hectic schedules over the fall months between school and activities. I thought you might enjoy a quick, tasty, and kid friendly dish you can […]

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Grilled Whole Chicken Legs with Rosemary and Thyme, Easy Food in Final Stages of Kitchen Redo

 Its hard to describe what has been going on between the stones and blacktop that line my little street on the cul de sac over the past couple of weeks. Sure I’ve noticed that us neighbors kind of slow down and angle our cars to get down opposite sides of our narrow street at the […]

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