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Old 10-16-2013, 09:38 PM   #51
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Lots of good meals tonight. My turkey sandwich pales in comparison....
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Old 10-16-2013, 09:38 PM   #52
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God, next thing you know you'll be saying you don't like bacon. You heretic you

Seriously, IMO it's all about the sauce. Sauce/seasoning is to wings what dip is to crackers.
It's like if you made a really good chicken and wished you had some more pieces with skin on it. Because that's where the flavoring is. If you make just wings you have all of that. You've got all that outside seasoning and just a little meat inside. The polar opposite of a chicken breast.
Oh no. Bacon is lovely! (We can always agree on that!)

What you are saying is that skin and fat is better than ...well... meat.

Pac. There is no way around this. We disagree!

Can it ever be the same way again?

Surely we can come to some arrangement?

I am happy to agree that skin and bones make a great base for gravy?
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Old 10-16-2013, 09:50 PM   #53
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Katy, there is meat on the two sections of a chicken wing. The first section is like a mini drumstick and the second section has meat between the two bones. Granted, it's not a lot, but coupled with the crispy skin and a flavorful sauce, they are fantastic. The meat has a better flavor than white breast meat. It's more like dark meat.

Of course, you have to be willing to use your fingers and get them dirty. Can't eat a wing with a knife and fork.
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Old 10-16-2013, 09:55 PM   #54
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Lots of good meals tonight. My turkey sandwich pales in comparison....
I have to ask. When I was in New York, the rain came down suddenly and heavily and my friend and I took shelter in a bar.

It seemed nice enough so we ordered drinks and "hot meat sandwiches" not really knowing what to expect.

We were served with the most delicious (and quite simple) sandwiches. They were filled with very thin slices of hot turkey between robust slices of bread. There were no accompaniments of any description. To date, I haven't had a nicer turkey sandwich.

Did your turkey sandwich "hit the spot" at the right time and the right place?If so, it was a good meal methinks!
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Old 10-16-2013, 10:00 PM   #55
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It was definitley good. I look forward to it. It is as traditional as the Thanksgiving Turkey dinner. Except it happens a day or two later with the leftovers. I don't think I eat turkey sandwiches any other time of the year. Lightly toasted, mayonaise, lettuce, lots of pepper.....crunchy dill pickle on the side, cold lager to wash it down.....still have a bit of turkey left. May do it again for supper tomorrow...lol
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Old 10-16-2013, 10:10 PM   #56
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Dinner tonight was ravioli with marinara sauce and a salad.
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Old 10-16-2013, 10:48 PM   #57
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I have let time slip and everything I have is frozen.
So that's where I'm at.
I'm half tempted to walk the aisles at the store and see what grabs my taste buds.
Plus I'm out of beer.
Well, you have been distracted by a little girl...
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Old 10-16-2013, 10:58 PM   #58
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The Spanish Rice meatloaf turned out great! There's enough for lunch tomorrow.
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Old 10-17-2013, 04:43 AM   #59
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Greetings fellow Brit! I am looking at your pic and thinking you can't have got that tan in Manchester!

Oh and your dinner looks like a winner.
well,hello to you too katy!!tan?manchester?bit of a contradiction in terms there m'dear!! pic was taken a couple of years ago when i was visiting friends in miami.taken down the local fire pit joint.craig c knows the place.great ribs & wings!
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Actually I'd be more depraved but the devil/evil smiley isn't readily available

The stew is simmering. Nothing left to do now but wait...
damn,that looks good enough to eat pacnice job
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