Re: Chicken Wiggle
Date: 4/20/2022, 7:11 PM
On 4/20/2022 6:18 PM, Holly wrote:
I am looking for a recipe for Chicken Wiggle that was in a cookbook called
“Favorite Recipes of Alabama Vocational Home Economics Teachers”. I am not
sure of the edition, and have been sent many copycat recipes but would love
the original as my Mom made it from that book. Any advice? Thank you!
This may be extremely difficult. I cannot find a "chicken wiggle" recipe that says that it came from that cookbook.
It may be that the only way to get that recipe is to locate a copy of the cookbook or to make contact with someone who has
Are you certain that the recipe was only in one edition of that cookbook? There are several different editions for sale on
various used book sites.
Can you identify the correct recipe by the ingredients or method if no one has the correct cookbook? People often post recipes
on the web without any mention of the source of the recipe. If the recipe you want is on the web, but does not say that it is
from that cookbook, how can I tell? How can I verify that it is the correct recipe?
I can and will post this. There is always a chance that one of my readers can help. However, that's a rather small possibility. Your best bet might be to contact the publishers of that cookbook or you can use the Alabama library system to locate whatever editions of the book that they can find and for you to check them for the recipe.
Please answer the questions I've asked. That will give me a clearer idea of possible ways to proceed.
Re: Chicken Wiggle
Date: 4/21/2022, 10:29 AM
I never expected you to respond so quickly, thank you. What I know is it was
in one of those books on page 150. I have the copy where the recipe was torn
out and given to a friend. My copy no longer has the cover but in my research
it seems to be the 3rd edition based on total page numbers. You are correct,
unless I find someone with the book and true recipe it will be hard to know
if it is the exact one. There is much heated debate amongst the three sisters
which cream of soup is used down to whether it has peas or not. I am including
the book I have with the page partially missing. Thank you.
If you know what the cover looked like, you might be able to identify the edition by looking at photos on these sites:
You can, of course, purchase copies of those books from those sites, if they are still available
If you want to try the library system, this might help:
I have no other ideas. I'll post this in a few weeks, but it's a long shot that one of my readers might have any of these cookbooks and be willing to check them for this recipe.
I know this isn’t your usual goose chase, but I appreciate all the help.
My copy is missing the cover and the first few pages. My Mom remembers
the cover being beige with red letters which based on images on-line
would be the Second Edition.