Cooking with Nambe: B.J.'s Drunk Chicken Recipe

From Cooking with Nambé

It’s no secret we love a great recipe. We share our absolute favorites via this blog — have you tried the Flower Crisps or the Pumpkin Layer Cake yet? — and our Recipes board on Pinterest. And we’ve been sharing great dishes to be served on — and often baked in — Nambé ware for more than 60 years.

In doing a little cleaning at Nambé HQ in Santa Fe, N.M., we came across the Cooking with Nambé cookbook. This cookbook was created by Pauline Platt Cable, the mother of Nambé. She, with her husband Paul, founded Nambé Mills. Pauline worked with the main designer at her foundry to create a metal that looks like silver but can be used for oven baking or stovetop cooking and never tarnishes.

Cooking with Nambé was printed in 1974 and features 50 recipes made to be served or cooked in Nambé. Each recipe features a list of recommended Nambé item numbers.

We can’t keep this treasure to ourselves.

We’re giving away one out-of-print copy of the Cooking with Nambé cookbook and one of our 2-quart Butterfly Bakers ($200 retail), which is perfect for making many of the dishes, like the B.J.’s Drunk Chicken recipe from page 13.

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