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Cranberry Chicken by Donna's Old Town Cafe

Cranberry Glaze

1 can whole berry cranberry sauce

Equal amount Bennett's chili sauce

1 Heaping TBS apricot preserves

1/2 tsp. allspice

Mix all ingredients together in a saucepan and bring to a simmer.

Chicken Breast:

Brown chicken in a skillet with oil. Pour topping over chicken; let simmer 5 minutes more. Serve

Presented by Melissa Graves, Donna's Old Town Cafe

Date: 5/6/2014


Thanksgiving Recipe Roundup: Get 'yer spatulas ready

Thanksgiving Recipe Roundup: Get 'yer spatulas ready

Over here at the Big 10, fresh yummy tasty food is never far from any staffer's desk....Especially during the holidays!  Ask anyone who works at WBIR - it's one of the perks.

Every single day, sometimes 3 or even 4,  our cooking guests fill the studio with the sweet smells of deliciousness baking in the kitchen.   

I've complied a list of the tastiest recipes for your Thanksgiving Day tables.  Hope you enjoy and have a FABULOUS Thanksgiving with your families!


50% off cookies from Great American Cookies

50% off cookies from Great American Cookies


Whether you'd like to entertain, spread some holiday cheer at the office, or indulge your sweet tooth today's DealChicken from Great American Cookies hits the spot.

Your $15 gets you $30 worth of any variety of cookies available. No matter what you choose, all are freshly baked with the finest fresh ingredients. You even get to pick from four locations: Foothills Mall, Westown Mall, Knoxville Center Mall or Tanger Outlet Center Sevierville.

Tellico Plains eatery caters to bikers

Tellico Plains eatery caters to bikers

Nut-n-Fancy in Tellico Plains is minutes away from favorite East Tennessee motorcycle routes.

Just so there's no confusion, the sign outside the restaurant says 'bikers welcome.'

"We're on the Cherohala so we get a lot of bikers and they're great customers so we wanted to make sure they knew they were welcome," Nut-n-Fancy owner Deborah Snyder said.

Motorcycle riders say they appreciate the hospitality at Nut-n-Fancy.

"It's good food and a lot of people hang out together just like comraderyship," Keith Pitchford said.

Pastry baker started her career in Animal Science

Pastry baker started her career in Animal Science

She always loved to bake but it wasn't her first career path.

"I intended to be a veterinarian. Exotic animals is what I was in to," Anissa Shull said.

She earned a degree in Animal Science but working in that field wasn't fulfilling. So she made her way into culinary school and met her husband stuart along the way.

"We've been here for about ten years now, exactly, and we can't imagine being anywhere else. It really suits us, it called to us," she said.