Can you really make chicken stock from chicken feet? Sounds a bit crazy, but it’s actually a very healing food. Our grandmothers knew a thing or two about using all parts of the animal when cooking – they weren’t nearly as skittish as many modern-day cooks. And surprisingly the most flavorful parts are also in the most unsuspecting places – like the foot![Read more…] about Nourishing Chicken Foot Stock
One-pot dishes have many benefits. Not only are they less work since you don’t dirty every pot in the kitchen while making a meal.
You can also choose cheaper cuts of meat since the longer cook time makes the meat very tender.
This chicken and potato casserole is cooked in a dutch oven so you can brown the meat before setting in the oven to finish off. A skillet and casserole dish can be used in place of the dutch oven if needed.[Read more…] about Chicken and Potato Casserole – One Pot Meals
It’s pretty easy to buy a roaster these days – you can find them in most grocery stores for about 7-8 dollars. However, you can also easily make your own and save a few dollars in the process.
This is the basic recipe for the roasted chicken but you can also add a few herbs and spices if you want to kick things up a notch. See the cooking tips for a few suggestions.[Read more…] about Recipe: Roasted Chicken and Gravy – A Frugal Favorite