Food on Friday ~ Pot Luck

You can’t get to work on time, but you’re first in line for a pot luck

Usually I like to have some kind of a theme to the recipes I feature in Food on Friday, but today you’re going to get dishes just because I like the look of them.  I hope that’s OK will all of you.

All of these recipes will be great for your office’s Halloween Pot Luck lunch.

First for this week, from San Diego girl Averie Sunshine we have this quick, easy, and delicious 15-minute spicy korean skillet chicken.  Now, here in my part of England we get hardly any Korean food, but I do so like cooking with a good, heavy skillet.  If you don’t have one, then get one.

15 Minute Spicy Korean Skillet Chicken

I promise you that there’s no overriding theme to this week’s Food on Friday, but our second dish is also Korean based.  From Chungah at Demn Delicious there’s these delicious-looking Korean chicken kabobs.  What a fabulous dish for parties or barbecues.

Korean Chicken Kabobs

Just to prove that I don’t have a Korean theme running this week, from Tieghan Gerard at Half Baked Harvest we have this great looking slow cooker herbed chicken and rice pilaf.  This is just the right time of year for us all to pull the slow cooker out of the cupboard.  Fabulous!

Slow Cooker Chicken and Rice Pilaf

Well then, perhaps there’s a chicken theme going this week, because next up, from Jessica Merchant at How Sweet Eats I’m featuring this dish of yogurt and lemon marinated grilled chicken.  Doesn’t it look fabulous?

Yogurt and Lemon Marinated Grilled Chicken

Elise Bauer at Simply Recipes has another great looking dish for warming barbecues or parties on a cold autumn night, these bourbon maple glazed chicken wings.  How classic!

Bourbon Maple Glazed Chicken Wings

Last for this week, and we’re back to an Asian themed dish from Heather Christo; asian chicken zoodle soup.  How pretty!  How healthy! How Delicious!  How quick and easy!  Zoodle?  What a silly name for an ingredient!  I love it!

Asian Chicken Zoodle Soup

It turns out that there was an accidental theme this week ~ great looking recipes for chicken.

There have been previous posts all about poultry, for example Healthy Chicken.

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jack collier

jackcolier7@talktalk.net

 

sauteed chicken with sage butter

 

15 responses

  1. Well I’m glad u know what country u need to return back to sender 🙂

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  2. First in line for pot hmmm teddy bear, 60 rental car travelling and blogging …do u have time to pass wind and eat breath air cuz that busy 24 x 7 do u even sleep… OMGOLLY U R SUPERMAN

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    1. Just an Englishman ❤

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  3. Looks fantastic! Am starving now. Great post!

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    1. Thanks ❤
      Try making the Korean Chicken kabobs. ☺

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  4. Now you’ve gone and made me hungry! They all look good … think I’ll try the Bourbon Maple-glazed wings soon. Hugs Jack! ❤

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    1. Good Choice Jill.
      Hugs ❤ 😉 ❤

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  5. A man that cooks – and has beautiful pictures on his blog… it’s wonderful.

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    1. Thank you Jayne ~ I fix cars and am pretty good at DIY too.
      In-between I have found the time to follow your blog.
      ❤ 😉

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      1. You’re so industrious! I do believe you’ve built a house and a special bench for a friend if I remember correctly. I’ve been absent but I was around for a long time before that. ; )

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        1. All true Jayne.
          Welcome back. ❤ ❤ ❤

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  6. You are quite a chef Jack!!😃

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  7. shared your dishes on a friends facebook page thanks Jack

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    1. Thank You Sweetheart. ❤ 😉

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