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One of the most versatile members of the poultry family, chicken wears as many new spring dresses as can be found at a high school prom.

Fried, baked, broiled, grilled, stir-fried or stuffed, pieces of poultry appear in as many versions as there are families in the state of Utah.Everyone has a favorite chicken recipe.

Whether smothered in a redolent sauce or served over a vegetable pilaf, chicken claims a favored spot on hometown menus across the state.

Comb through your files and send your family favorite chicken recipes to the April Exchange.

Rules for submitting recipes:

1. Submit only one recipe per sheet of paper (but all can be mailed in one envelope). Include name and address on each recipe. Mail to Recipe Exchange, P.O. Box 1257, Salt Lake City, UT 84110.

2. No more than three recipes accepted from any one person.

3. Recipes must be postmarked no later than Friday, March 13.

4. If identical recipes are received, the one with the earliest postmark will be tested.

5. Recipes will be tested by a team of home economists, with the best recipes printed in the Deseret News food section the first Tuesday in April. Readers whose recipes are selected will receive $5.

Thanks to our readers who sent recipes for children's breakfasts:

Nancy Nielsen, LeOra Zabriskie, Marilyn Hendrickson, Ellen Koucos, Trinka Evjen, Meri Fullmer, Fay Sargent, Christy Carpenter, Marva Whittaker, Mary Robinson and Elaunna O. Casad.