From The Food Lover's Companion, Fourth edition by Sharon Tyler Herbst and Ron Herbst. Copyright © 2007, 2001, 1995, 1990 by Barron's Educational Series, Inc.
Deep-fried restaurant-style taquitos can have hundreds of calories per piece, but Robin Miller's lighter, baked tortillas are a healthier, make-at-home alternative.
To cut down on fat, cook up chicken breast meat (a.k.a. white meat) and get rid of the skin (most of the saturated fat is there). Next time you grill or roast some chicken, make extra and try these tricks to stretch the leftovers into another meal.
Plain old grilled chicken breasts are a tasty and healthy option, but there are so many other ways prepare this lean protein. Fire up the grill for these five fabulous recipes.
Super Bowl Sunday wouldn’t be complete without a plate of hot wings. This finger food can quickly max you out on calories and fat, however. Slim the party nibbler with these tips and recipes.
Follow Food Network's guide to crave-worthy grilled chicken, and cook up Marc Forgione's Marinated Chicken Thighs to serve at your weekend cookout.
Four chefs share their favorite ways to roast a chicken.
Though chicken is a lean protein, chicken salad isn't always a healthy meal. Find out common pitfalls and how to add special flavors that everyone will love.
You can never have too many yummy chicken recipes. A lean protein, chicken is packed with energy-boosting B-vitamins and the mineral selenium (which research may help stave off cancers, according to some research). Don’t forget to remove the skin before digging in to get rid of most of the artery-clogging saturated fat.
Food Network Magazine created dozens of recipes using a favorite weeknight staple: chicken breasts.