1. This looks delicious! And CONGRATULATIONS on the blog stats from Pinterest! That is so awesome! Your photography is beautiful! I pinned that Wonton Soup too – that photo was unbelieveable!!! And the recipe – don’t even get me started…I can’t wait to make it!!! You made it so edible and delicious looking! No wonder it’s getting so many hits.

    • CanuckCuisine

      haha, the Pinterest flood was fun, not many people comment, though. Yep, the wonton and chopsticks :PP I can’t believe I did that.

  2. This looks amazing! It’s like you’ve vajazzled a chicken’s cavity – all those jewelled vegetables and quinoa 😉 Your photographs really are beautiful and enticing. I’m on the verge of buying a new camera – can I ask what you use? And with which lense?

    • CanuckCuisine

      Thank you 🙂 (vajazzled, lol)
      I use a Canon 60D with a 50mm 1.8 fixed lens. Honestly, it’s 80% the lens, you can go with an entry level SLR like the Canon Rebel (my backup). I struggled with different and more expensive lenses, then picked up this one for a hundred bucks and declared “omg, I got the lens with foodgawker in it!!!”

  3. This is a fantastic idea- chicken in a dutch oven and quinoa stuffing-side dish, one pot meal. Pinning and trying.
    Wow, so who pinned your recipe? That’s amazing. BTW, where are your social media buttons on a blog? I was trying to get to your Pinterest profile and don’t know where to go LOL.

  4. I just found your blog and I love it! Your photo’s are so beautiful. This chicken looks delicious. I’m excited because I recently got a dutch oven (finally!) and never thought to roast a chicken in it. I bet it comes out moist and flavorful. Quinoa stuffing sounds great too!

    Can’t wait to see what you cook next : )

    • CanuckCuisine

      What a nice comment, thank you! I’m happy you found my blog, yours looks great too, btw. I’ll be adding to to my reading list. Definitely try the chicken in the dutch oven, it makes a huuuge difference. It’s also our standby if I’m not feeling well, my hubby even knows how to make it.

  5. Ed

    I made this yesterday in my dutch oven. The taste was excellent however the coloring of the potatoes and carrots was not attractive. They turned out very dark. If I decide to make this again, I think I’ll cut the amount of the stuffing in half and cook the veggies differently.

    • Hi Ed, how did you cook the potatoes? My recipe doesn’t call for any, but I mentioned you can make some veggies on the side. Glad you liked the flavor!

  6. How did you finish cooking the remainder of the stuffing? A little less than half of the stuffing fit inside my chicken, and I want to cook the rest – especially because I foolishly put my chicken-infested spoon into the whole batch of quinoa…. what an amateur move 😉

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