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Sahara Chicken Supreme

-----Original Message----- 
From: Janice
Sent: Sunday, November 26, 2017 6:19 PM
Subject: Recipe request "Chicken Supreme"

The Sahara Restaurant was an institution in Montgomery, Al.  It opened in 
1952 and closed about 10 years ago.  They fed Governors and the common man 
alike.   One of their signature dishes was a chicken dish, Chicken Supreme. 
The taste was unique to those of us that ate there for many years.  Other 
restaurants in Montgomery serve a copy cat, but none come close to the 
original.  A version of imperial chicken, a fried breast, with a cream sauce 
(no mushrooms as I recall), and almonds slices.  If you could find that 
recipe with that unique taste, I would be grateful.  It was my husband's 
favorite restaurant so having the recipe would allow me to recreate that 
dish for his birthday.  He and the restaurant were "born" the same year.

Thank you,


Hi Janice,

Sorry, I had no success with this. I'll post this for reader input.

At least one person thinks that the chicken supreme at Charles Anthony's Restaurant tastes just like Sahara's. See: Charles Anthony's Restaurant at the Pub


Bill Knapp's Tuna Salad

From: Chad
Subject: I was looking for Bill Knapps Tuna Salad recipe
Date: Monday, December 04, 2017 5:37 PM

I worked at Bill Knapp's from 1992 to 1999 as a manager when I left. 

I do know the fried chicken breading was nothing more than flour, salt, 
and pepper blended. We used a true "eggwash" of milk and eggs before 
rolling the breading. 

I looked at your not able to find these and I can say:

The chicken tortilla soup was purchased from a supplier and was not an 
original BK recipe. 

We put BK proprietary "scampi butter" on the Scallops and Scrod.      It 
was butter, garlic, parsley, rosemary and thyme. 

The meatloaf, veggie lasagna, roasted (baked) chicken, baby back ribs, 
were all purchased from a supplier and heated at the restaurants. The ribs 
and chicken were from Tyson.

Everything else was made at the commissary with BK original recipes, We 
used to have a shortcut recipe book at each restaurant so we could make 
things on the fly if we ran out. I would kill for that book today. 

Oh the cocktail sauce was literally ketchup and horseradish with a touch 
of lemon juice blended together. 

I would really like to find the tuna salad recipe. I still have not found 
one that even comes close. 


Hi Chad,

Thanks for the BK tips. I have not been able to find the Bill Knapp tuna salad recipe.


Hough Bakery Chocolate Chip Cookies

From: Laurie 
Sent: Sunday, December 3, 2017 9:53 PM
Subject: Hough Bakery Chocolate Chip Cookies

Hi Phaedrus,

Have you run across Hough Bakery’s chocolate chip cookie recipe, or a reasonable facsimile?

I grew up in Euclid, OH and truly miss those cookies.

Thank you for your help.



Hi Laurie,

Sorry, I’ve had no success locating Hough’s chocolate chip cookies recipe or even a “tastes-like” recipe for them.

My Hough Bakery page is here: Hough Bakery

I’ll post this for reader input.


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