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Old 07-08-2009, 10:39 PM   #11
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We had fried chicken (I hate frying chicken) I REALLY seasoned the flour with garlic powder, cayenne (trust me, it was HOT), parsley, fried chicken seasoning, kosher salt, white pepper...I think that's all...oh, and some celery seed. That and a simple salad with some homemade buttermilk ranch. I'm stuffed, but, I still have to clean up that fried chicken mess! I used my electric skillet so the butcher block island is MUCH easier to clean than an entire stove, all the utensils on both sides, and the picture behind
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Old 07-09-2009, 01:14 AM   #12
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We had fried chicken (I hate frying chicken) I REALLY seasoned the flour with garlic powder, cayenne (trust me, it was HOT), parsley, fried chicken seasoning, kosher salt, white pepper...I think that's all...oh, and some celery seed. That and a simple salad with some homemade buttermilk ranch. I'm stuffed, but, I still have to clean up that fried chicken mess! I used my electric skillet so the butcher block island is MUCH easier to clean than an entire stove, all the utensils on both sides, and the picture behind

I thought about Fried Chicken, but I never took it out of the freezer. WOW, you really do spice it up. I use salt and pepper and flour. I don't think I would like the garlic, parsley, fried chicken seasoning(what ever that is, more salt and pepper and paprika, I would guess) and celery seed. To each her own.
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