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Old 06-10-2007, 10:57 PM   #31
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Well we had our first of the beer can chickens..Made 3 chickens using Katie E.'s peach nectar idea, Katie BRAVO..of 3 chicken I now have 1 wing and 1 drumstick left and those were on my plate The chickens turned out so good and moist and just a hint of sweetness..Thank you Katie. Made Ol blue's recipe for the shredded potatoe cakes with onions and cheese..great and will be made again. Had planed on rice, but glad we did the potatoes, Ethan and Olivia each ate a potatoe cake I also added to our menu had'nt been in the garden in about a week as our neighbor forgot his irrigation water and it flooded my garden..So when I got in it today I found 6 nice size tomatoes which became a 3rd salad, sliced um up, sprinkled with sal de mer, dressed with evoo and balsamic, topped with fresh basil and shaved parm yummy..so our dinner was a success thanks to our wonderful DC cooks...Bless your hearts for being so generous..

Glad you liked the beer can chicken. It's almost addictive any way it's prepared. We love, love, love it so many different ways.

Couldn't be easier, too. In the oven or on the grill. What's not to like. You wanna cry, try using Cornish game hens.


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Old 06-11-2007, 08:20 AM   #32
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boston market. not a beloved restaurant to me. chix was great, cept thier other food isn't my usual sort of food. potatoes & gravy, macaroni & cheese- ummmm... probably wouldn't be a customer again. jake loves them, he can dine there by himself!

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Old 06-11-2007, 09:47 AM   #33
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Lemon, rosemary, garlic chicken strips over penne pasta, and strawberry spinach salad.
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Old 06-11-2007, 10:15 AM   #34
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Some friends invited us to Red Lobster, it was okay. I had grilled salmon, rice pilaf and garlic grilled jumbo shrimp. Oldest daughter had snow crab legs and steamed veggies, younger 2 daughters had chicken fingers and steamed veggies. No dessert. I don't know yet what is for tonight. :-)

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