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Mr. Sunday's Saturday Night Chicken Paperback – May 8, 2012
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From the Back Cover
Hearty, satisfying chicken dinners for every season
"When I started anchoring Fox News Sunday in 2003, Lorraine asked what I would like for dinner the night before the show. I have always loved chicken. It's tasty, it's healthy, it's comfort food. And frankly, it gave me one less thing to think about before going off to interview some top politician the next morning. And so, the Saturday night chicken tradition was born. Just as with Sunday soup, this wasn't about writing a book. It was Lorraine's solution to bring our family together for good times around the kitchen table. And let's face it: she has a husband who loves a regular routine.
If you're asking yourself, how many different ways are there to prepare chicken, the answer is more than 100. Every Saturday night, I know I am going to have a wonderful dinner that is completely different from what we had the week before. So all I can say is—enjoy! I hope these chicken recipes and the sides to go along with them bring you as many wonderful meals as they have for our family. And I will let you in on one little secret. You don't have to just eat them on Saturday nights."
—Chris Wallace, Fox News Anchor
More About the Author
In 1997, she married Chris and moved from Virginia horse country to Washington, D.C. With Chris' four children from a previous marriage and two of her own, Lorraine had her hands full bringing the two families together. Many of the key moments that helped the family bond were around the kitchen table, where Lorraine fed her extended family.
In "Saturday Chicken," she tells more stories and offers dozens of recipes that worked for her family, and she hopes, will work for yours.
Top Customer Reviews
This book brought new life into our chicken diet.
Side dishes are in the back and I am looking to try them next.
You won't be sorry if you buy this book.
When I saw that Mrs. Wallace had come out with a chicken cookbook and I mentioned it to my family their immediate reaction was "get it!, get it!"
After having the book for the past month we have made 16! of the recipes and every one of them have been delicious!! The Enchiladas have a wonderful sauce and Bonnie's Curry Chicken Salad was a hit at the teacher's luncheon. Blue Cheese Stuffed Chicken with Buffalo sauce (we've made this twice!) were so good with a Panko crust! The book also has easy side dishes... Easy Baked Beans (yum yum!!) and the Asian Noodles... tasted great the first night and even better at lunch the next day.
Crossing my fingers Mrs. Wallace comes out with a dessert book next!
If you haven't had a chance to get a copy of Mr. Sunday's Saturday night chicken, go out a get a copy. You may want to get several copies because your friends will be jealous when they see the meals that you have prepared. We tend to be so busy these days and don't have time to spend a long time in the kitchen, your family will thank you because you will have more time to spend with them and they will enjoy these tasty meals.
Thanks Lorraine for such a great book and tasty recipes. My family and friends thank you too.
Although I've tried only these two recipes from Mr. Sunday's Chicken, I also reviewed the Mr. Sunday's Soup book and continue to be pleased overall, so I don't think my enthusiasm will wane for this one. But I see Mrs. Sunday didn't take my advice and use a spiral binding for her next book, which I would have been happy to pay more for instead of having to weight down the pages to follow the recipes.
I have searched through many pictures throughout the book for Mr. Sunday's three chins and so far this feature is alluding me.
I have but one complaint, and that is the index. I wish with all my heart the author or publisher had enough pedestrian sense to have indexed such helpful separate items as Breasts, Thighs, Roast (or Roasted). Wings are indexed separately, but if you come home with a package of skinless chicken breasts just in time to start dinner, you are probably going to fix dinner late or reach for another cookbook. Unless you have a photographic memory, you aren't going to remember which dishes require breasts and which require thighs, quarters or whole hens, and the names of the dishes do not always tell the tale.
Leaving that aside, it is STILL a great cookbook.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I want Mrs. Wallace to invite me for one of these delicious chicken dinners! Yummy..Published 2 months ago by beachy
Very disappointing! The recipes do not sound inviting. I tried one chicken recipe that was highly recommended and the chicken tasted awful. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Lynn D.
Good recipes. Needed something different to do with chicken and I found some!Published 6 months ago by Cheryl
I gave my daughter-in-law Mr Sunday's Saturday Night Chicken, Mr and Mrs Sunday's Suppers & Mr Sunday's Soups.
She has made some of the recipes and has declared them delicious
This book is just wonderful. I have made several of the recipes, each one is delicious and not difficult. Highly recommend.Published 7 months ago by Linda Berry