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December 4th, 2009

Cocaine Chicken or Chicken Cocaine

Either way you say it, FAIL! This is not a recipe for Chicken Cocaine nor Cocaine Chicken. Cocaine is not listed in the recipe’s for chicken stuffing anywhere. Apparently 32 year-old Wagner Mauricio Linares Aragon thought it was among the spices and herbs used in baking a chicken when he carried the fully cooked fowl through customs at Dulles International Airport.

Linares Aragon, of Guatemala, was arrested after officers at the airport decided his chicken deserved further scrutiny. They performed a cavity search and called foul on the fowl after discovering 60.4 grams (2.3 ounces) of cocaine hidden in two separate plastic bags deep withing the bird’s body cavity. That’s roughly $4300.00 USD of “coke”.

“CBP officers have seen many unique narcotics concealment methods, and they all present the same challenges to discover them. Our officers’ inspection was very thorough and earned solid results,” said Christopher Hess, Customs and Border Protection director for the Port of Washington.

Agents turned Wagner Mauricio Linares Aragon and his chicken cocaine over to Metropolitan Washington Airports Authority Police. He is awaiting trial on felony drug charges in Loudoun County.

I doubt the jail will have stuffed chicken on it’s menu, but if it does, I’m sure Mr. Aragon will decline. Of course thinking he could stuff a chicken with cocaine and not get caught makes me think he is already full of bologna and won’t have an appetite for awhile.

Meanwhile, do not try this at home. If you must stuff, try Stove Top…you don’t really want to run *a-fowl* of the law! Chicken cocaine appears to be a recipe for disaster….especially if you’re smuggling it through an airport!

Your thoughts?

October 19th, 2009

Honey Baked Chicken

As a family of chicken lovers, we really enjoy trying out all the new recipes, especially if we can put a meal together in less than an hour. Some recipes we love, some we adjust to our liking.That’s the beauty of cooking…you make what you and your family enjoy!
Below is one of our favorites…there’s never any leftovers with this unique flavor.Try this sometime when you want a great meal and you’re short on time!
Honey Baked Chicken Recipe

October 11th, 2009

Chicken Noodle Casserole

Casseroles! Most people either love them or absolutely hate them! Some folks, young and old alike, just don’t like their food *touching* other food. I personally think the disdain for casseroles is the over-use of tuna noodle casserole many years ago…. so many of us are guilty of that. Fortunately, I enjoy most of them as do the kids and grandkids and one of our favorites is the chicken noodle recipe below. It’s a delicious way to use up left-over chicken and takes very little time. Try it out, and don’t be afraid to add your own personal touch!
Chicken Noodle Casserole Recipe

October 6th, 2009

Chicken Potato Soup ( Stew )

Cold, rainy days just scream soup! ( Or stew ). Below is a family favorite that’s not only quick, it’s delicious! Vary the vegetables and seasonings to suit yourself or family. You probably have all the ingredients on hand, so give this a try when you want a hearty, filling and fast hot meal!
Chicken Potato Soup Recipe

September 29th, 2009

Baked Chicken In Pineapple Sauce

We are a family of chicken lovers and I often buy it in bulk on sale. Our grocery has the large bags of skinless, boneless chicken breast at 2 for 1 prices at least twice a month and we always take advantage of it. In the summer, it’s mostly BBQ chicken or chicken tenders but as the seasons change, so does the cooking. The recipe below is easy as well as delicious and nutritious…not to mention the delightful aroma spreading through the house. Give this one a try sometime!
Baked Chicken In Pineapple Sauce Recipe

August 24th, 2009

Chicken Cordon Bleu Casserole

Yes I know…. Chicken Cordon Bleu ( Blue Ribbon Chicken ) and the word casserole should never appear in the same sentence…BUT…this is the only way I know of to give the taste of Chicken Cordon Blue to the whole family without spending hours in the kitchen. So many of us not only budget our money, but our time as well and this easy to prepare, filling and delicious dish should please everyone in the family.
The cheeses and spices may be adjusted to your taste along with the amounts. Give this a try when you’re looking for something different to do with chicken, and don’t have the time and patience to make individual Chicken Cordon Bleu.
Chicken Cordon Bleu Casserole Recipe

August 3rd, 2009

BBQ Chicken Salad

Hard to believe BBQ season is almost over! Being a hard core BBQ fan, I manage to keep a few year ’round recipe’s on hand, though. The one below makes a great sandwich, ( or salad ) not to mention the side effects of BBQ aroma wafting through the house when you bake the chicken! Give it try anytime for a scrumptious BBQ treat!

BBQ Chicken Salad

BBQ Chicken Salad Sandwich

BBQ Chicken Salad Recipe

June 29th, 2009

Hearty Chicken Stew

This delicious Chicken Stew is a great alternative to Beef Stew. It goes a long way and is perfect for church potlucks or family get togethers. You can really add all of your favorite ingredients to it as well, personalizing the taste to your family.

Chicken Stew

Hearty Chicken Stew

Serve this stew up into pretty serving bowls with good crusty bread and a small dinner salad on the side. It’s really yummy.

Recipe for Hearty Chicken Stew

June 29th, 2009

BBQ Chicken Salad

This recipe combines two summer favorites: a terrific Salad with Ranch dressing and BBQ! We have a lot of BBQ chicken during the summer so this is a perfect recipe to use those leftover chicken breasts.

BBQ Chicken Salad

BBQ Chicken Salad

The BBQ with the Ranch is such a refreshing and wonderful taste anyway – you’ll be hooked. By the way, you can also substitute the chicken for steak strips.

Recipe for BBQ Chicken Salad

June 28th, 2009

Grilled Lemon Garlic Chicken

This Chicken recipe is delicious. The chicken marinates overnight in a combination of lemon and garlic and the result is a yummy, tender chicken that can be served up with a simple side of rice or a baked potato.

grilled lemon garlic chicken

Grilled Lemon Garlic Chicken

If you don’t have a grill, simply use an indoor grill pan or you can cook the chicken in a frying pan over medium heat, being careful not to turn too often so it can brown nicely on each side.

Recipe for Grilled Lemon Garlic Chicken