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Old 07-12-2008, 01:29 PM   #31
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Our night out for mexican food was just so so. I hate going to a mexican resturaunt to get bland salsa. Then when you ask for hotter salsa, they bring out something that is not much hotter.
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Old 07-12-2008, 07:38 PM   #32
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lol, gg. do you kick dirt at him when you're angry? do you argue nose to nose?

i made grilled sweet and sour marinated chicken thighs, grilled onions and peppers from the garden, nuked spuds, and a huge mesculun salad with carrots and cukes, all from the garden as well.

now i'm back to work, so i picked up a sweet sausage, hot vinegar peppers, and onion parm hero, extra sauce on the way in.
for that 4am craving.

Sounds good. Would you either post or pm the recipe please?
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Old 07-13-2008, 06:27 PM   #33
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french fries & salad/sammiches. yum. staple food in ptittsburgh.
i'm dining onm a bagel with creamcheese & fruit /yogurt.
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Old 07-13-2008, 11:42 PM   #34
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Sounds good. Would you either post or pm the recipe please?
i wish that i could call it my recipe, but it's just store bought sweet and sour sauce/marinade, specifically world harbors brand . this one:



you get your frustrations out by jabbing the heck out of skinless chicken thighs, or legs or breasts, then place the chicken parts in a ziplock bag with several tbsps. of the sauce, and let it marinade for a coupla hours in the fridge.
simply grill the chicken over low to medium heat basting a few times with more sauce. be careful not to use too hot of a flame or put it too close to the coals as it burns easily.

if you have no grill, just do the same under your broiler.
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Old 07-15-2008, 01:15 AM   #35
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i wish that i could call it my recipe, but it's just store bought sweet and sour sauce/marinade, specifically world harbors brand . this one:



you get your frustrations out by jabbing the heck out of skinless chicken thighs, or legs or breasts, then place the chicken parts in a ziplock bag with several tbsps. of the sauce, and let it marinade for a coupla hours in the fridge.
simply grill the chicken over low to medium heat basting a few times with more sauce. be careful not to use too hot of a flame or put it too close to the coals as it burns easily.

if you have no grill, just do the same under your broiler.
I will look for it. Thank you.
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