Mr. Sunday's Saturday Night Chicken
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Om Mr. Sunday's Saturday Night Chicken
The follow-up to the New York Times bestseller Mr. Sunday's SoupsOn the heels of the hugely successful Mr. Sunday's Soups, Lorraine Wallace—wife of Fox News Sunday anchor Chris Wallace—shares another family tradition: the night before taping his show, Chris always wants something familiar and comforting for dinner: chicken. Faced with the challenge of keeping the meals interesting—like so many people at home eating chicken meals at least once a week—Lorraine created more than 100 delicious chicken recipes the whole family will love. You'll find chicken favorites prepared in almost every way: baked, fried, butterflied, pan roasted, and stir-fried, as well as in salads, enchiladas, and pot pies.In addition to her own delicious family favorites, Lorraine also includes recipes from celebrity chef Art Smith and restaurants such as Washington's landmark Martin’ s Tavern. 31 side dishes serve as perfect complements to your favorite chicken dish, so you’ll find everything you need to prepare satisfying chicken meals for almost any occasion.Includes more than 130 recipes organized by season, from cold chicken salads for summer to hot and hearty pot pies for winterFeatures scrapbook family photos of the Wallaces throughout as well as gorgeous photos of finished dishesSpecial chapters include perfect recipes for hosting friends and family and fun ideas for snacking and eating on football Sundays