Cajun Grilled Chicken

by Anne Papina on October 16, 2007

(ARA) – Now more than ever Americans are beginning to understand the dietary hazards associated with sodium, and are focusing on reducing their intake to meet recommended levels. Unfortunately, consumers can’t just measure the amount of sodium they’re taking in by the amount they’re shaking out of a salt shaker. Experts say restaurant-goers and grocery-shopping […]


Hazelnut Asian Lettuce Wrap

by Anne Papina on October 10, 2006

(ARA) – After decades of being satisfied with mild foods, American consumers are now craving bold flavors that pack a punch – hot and spicy, sweet and heat, and other interesting combinations. Food experts say that Americans have become more diverse and are now better-traveled. Our food choices reflect this new lifestyle. One of the […]


Chicken and Biscuit Casserole

by Anne Papina on February 4, 2003

Prompted by a craving for comfort foods and the non-stop ads for those chicken & biscuit everything-in-one-box meals, I went on a search for a quick & easy chicken pot pie type recipe. Here it is with a few variations, and boy is it YUMMY Chicken and Biscuit Casserole   Save Print Prep time 20 […]


Quail in Rose Petal Sauce

by Anne Papina on February 8, 2002

If you ever read Like Water for Chocolate, you know what I’m talking about. Quail in Rose Petal Sauce   Save Print Prep time 20 mins Cook time 1 hour Total time 1 hour 20 mins   Inspired by Like Water for Chocolate. Author: Anne Papina Recipe type: Main Cuisine: Mexican Serves: 6 Ingredients 6 […]


Smoky Turkey Burgers

by Anne Papina on May 11, 2001

So here’s the Better Homes & Gardens story. I used to work in legal. At one point, I was the office manager (and paralegal) for a small firm. I covered the phones while our receptionist was on break, and one morning while flipping through a recent BG&H I decided to enter one of their monthly […]


Grilled Chicken Caesar Salad

by Anne Papina on October 10, 1999

(ARA) – Fruits and vegetables are critical components in maintaining a healthy, balanced diet. In fact, the recently revamped Food Pyramid from the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) includes a significant increase in the recommended daily servings of fruit and vegetables.


Roasted Squash and Eggplant Casserole with Chicken

by Anne Papina on January 5, 1998

(ARA) – Some of the things we eat today are rather new to the human diet. Tomatoes were at one time thought to be inedible, possibly even poisonous, but are now part of the everyday diets of people worldwide. Other foods that make a regular appearance on our table have been feeding people since ancient […]