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Old 09-22-2016, 11:25 PM   #21
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It was amazing! I'm so glad I stepped out of my comfort zone and tried something new.
So post your version, I'm pretty sure you didn't stick to the recipe! Did you use a whole chicken or cut-up pieces.

looks really really good!
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Old 09-22-2016, 11:38 PM   #22
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Great looking meals! So fancy - even tube steaks and beans.


We had salad, soup, and sandwich. Standard tossed salad, Asian inspired soup, and wonderfully tasty bacon-and-lettuce club sandwiches.
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When one hears of the 3 S's, you think "ehh, yeah, salad, soup 'n sandwich"

but then you see that picture and it's a WHOLE NEW BALLGAME!! looks delish, CG!
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Old 09-23-2016, 12:31 AM   #24
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Thanks, dragn! If you were ever to ask Himself if I "just make" something, he'll tell you I make a major league production out of everything. Salads are almost never "lettuce/tomato". Soup is rarely canned. And sandwiches? I could probably write a book about them. Plain and simple, I fuss too much.
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We had taco, was supposed to be Friday food but nah, I craved it.
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Old 09-23-2016, 08:15 AM   #26
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Thanks, dragn! If you were ever to ask Himself if I "just make" something, he'll tell you I make a major league production out of everything. Salads are almost never "lettuce/tomato". Soup is rarely canned. And sandwiches? I could probably write a book about them. Plain and simple, I fuss too much.
My kitchen soul mate DH says the same about me. "How about a one-pot meal tonight?" What are you doing cramping my style?
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So post your version, I'm pretty sure you didn't stick to the recipe! Did you use a whole chicken or cut-up pieces.

looks really really good!
Yes, I used thighs (it's what I had).

I kept to the recipe except I used my chicken spice rub, that has paprika in it, and it must've colored the sauce.

And yes, it was delicious! Thank you. I'm glad I tried it. I would never had cooked chicken in milk before, it sounds revolting, but the garlic and sage really bring it together.
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Here's a better picture. I'm trying to get better at plating. Unfortunately, I have 5 mins at dinnertime before the food is devoured.

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My kitchen soul mate DH says the same about me. "How about a one-pot meal tonight?" What are you doing cramping my style?
Heh, even one pot meals take me a long time. Fast, I ain't. Whenif I do produce a dinner quickly that isn't leftovers, Himself is amazed and confused. :sly:
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Heh, even one pot meals take me a long time. Fast, I ain't. Whenif I do produce a dinner quickly that isn't leftovers, Himself is amazed and confused. :sly:
I meant there's only one pot for him to wash. It still takes some time
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