Tag Archives: Rotisserie chicken

Bruschetta is a staple of summer meals.  I know it’s fall, and the days are getting colder, the sun is setting earlier, and you are probably thinking of warm, hearty meals…not fresh, summer sides.  BUT…bruschetta can be enjoyed in many ways.  Including being used as a pizza topping. If you have a vegetable garden in your backyard or perhaps like to visit your local Farmer’s Market, you can make bruschetta with some wonderfully fresh produce.  This time of year, you most likely have to purchase the ingredients at your local grocery store.  And that’s OK!  You’ll still have incredibly flavorful and fresh bruschetta to enjoy.  Now for this recipe, the bruschetta will be used as a pizza topping but you will have leftovers.  What to do with the leftovers you ask?  Add as a topping on a grilled chicken breast, serve as a salsa with tortilla chips, or serve with toasted baguette slices. This recipe combines the bruschetta with rotisserie chicken … Continue reading

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Not a cloud in the sky and the temperature is cool and crisp fall weather has arrived albeit much too soon but it is perfect weather to begin cooking soups and stews with fragrant herbs and preparing food for a crowd to watch football. This is a classic Minnesota soup made with wild rice made especially easy if you use Rotisserie chicken from our delis, moist and full of flavor our Rotisserie chickens are useful as an ingredient in many recipes (think chicken quesadillas) as well as a main course. We call our recipe Minnesota Wild Rice Soup it has lovely rich flavor and one of my favorite fall recipes. If you’re planning on watching football on Sunday you’re going to need some bites along with that beer. Grab our boneless buffalo wings in the deli and whip up this easy blue cheese dressing to accompany the wings. This dressing is best … Continue reading

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