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Food History Friday: Chicken Pot Pie

The settlers who came to America in the 18th century took their pot pie recipes with them when they moved west. This is a great example of how American food developed because of immigrants and their recipes from the homeland, and we appreciate it!

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Game Day Snack Station made easy!

Kick off the afternoon in the best way possible and let us prep your Game Day Snack Station for the OU/Texas game! We offer a variety of shareable entrees, sides and crock pot meals that are quick and easy with minimal preparation.  Here are some of our Game Day Favorites to share with your guests.

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Food History: Chicken Cordon Bleu

Unlike some other entrees, delicious chicken cordon bleu is a relatively newer coined recipe. The term “Cordon Bleu” translated from French to English as “blue ribbon”, yes, like Pabst Blue Ribbon. According to Larousse Gastronomique cordon bleu "was originally a wide blue ribbon worn by members of the highest order of knighthood, L'Ordre des chevaliers du Saint-Esprit, instituted by Henri III of France in 1578. By extension, the term has since been applied to food prepared to a very high standard and by outstanding cooks. The analogy no doubt arose from the similarity between the sash worn by the knights and the ribbons (generally blue) of a cook's apron." The general recipe of this dish as a schnitzel (a thin slice of meat fried in...

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