Homemaking Hints: Chicken Recipes Found at Heavenly Homemakers

Welcome to the first edition of “Homemaking Hints at Heavenly Homemakers”. This feature will run the first Friday of each month, giving you an opportunity to share any of your wonderful homemaking hints with the rest of us.

As we wrap up the Week of the Chicken, I decided to simply share as my “Homemaking Hint” this week all of the Chicken Recipes to be found on my site. Have chicken? Here are some ideas for what you can do with it:

Feel free to share kitchen tips, cleaning solutions, recipe ideas, cooking short-cuts, household money-saving suggestions, decorating ideas, gardening tips, or anything else you feel fits this category. (No product reviews or giveaways – thanks!)  As always, when linking your blog post, please post a link back to this blog so that your readers will know where to find more Homemaking Hints.


  1. says

    I have your book and will be trying some of your recipes soon. Always looking for more ways to fix chicken. Thanks so much for hosting and have a wonderful Easter weekend with your family.


  2. Sheila H says

    To go along with the Week of Chicken: as the months get warmer, the smell of the chicken bones in the trash is unbearable, so we freeze the carcass in a shopping bag until trash day comes. Then we take it out of the freezer and throw it away. No animals come digging and no bad smell!


  3. says

    When I was linking up my post this morning, I’m not sure what happened but it ended up in Gratituesday link up instead. My link was for a budget friendly easter treat. I didn’t mean to put it there. I just wanted to let you know so you could delete it from there. Thanks and sorry about that!! :)
    Thank you also for starting this new link up. I really enjoy your blog! :)


  4. says

    When I bring iceberg lettuce from the store I pop the core out by whacking it on the counter or sink and run warm water in the space where the core came out. I turn it upright and shake to remove the water and put paper towels in the bottom of a container with a seal to refrigerate. The lettuce will be crunchy and crisp.
    Laura thanks for the recipes. We eat a lot of chicken at our house. Have a great weekend.


  5. says

    I linked a post about rearranging our home in order to create a homeschool room/ family work room. I enjoy your blog so much and I am looking forward to reading this new linky party each month. :)


  6. says

    Today, for the first time ever I linked up! Except I didn’t really know what I was doing. So I where it says “name” I put my name. Ha! Anyway hope you like my post on Buying and Bulk! I’m very excited about joining my first link up! :D


    Kristina Reply:

    It was my first time linking up too, and I did the same thing!


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