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Old 05-10-2012, 04:55 PM   #11
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This sounds good and it got me to thinking that if you dropped the Italian seasoning, used some hot sauce and blue cheese you could come up with a Buffalo chicken wing burger!
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Old 05-10-2012, 05:40 PM   #12
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I kind of like this idea. I don't buy ground chix at the store. I should try grinding my own in either the FP or the hand meat grinder.

Then Grill chicken burgers.
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Old 05-10-2012, 06:12 PM   #13
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This sounds good and it got me to thinking that if you dropped the Italian seasoning, used some hot sauce and blue cheese you could come up with a Buffalo chicken wing burger!
Great idea!!!

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I kind of like this idea. I don't buy ground chix at the store. I should try grinding my own in either the FP or the hand meat grinder.
Trust me, it will work out fine! Having had a bit more time to think about it I recall that I've ground beef and chicken on my Cuisinart Mini-Prep, which is a minimally small food processor intended for light duty. (I got a bigger one much later.) Your FP will work fine as long as you cut your meat or chicken in pieces and don't try to grind too much at once.

A meat grinder sounds better for those who grind larger quantities of food. I'm not sure about a hand meat grinder though. We don't eat much hand meat around my house.
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Old 05-10-2012, 06:21 PM   #14
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I just use an old fashioned hand meat grinder or the FP. If I someday getting into making sausage or anything in quantity, I would probably research a grinder attachment for my Kitchen-Aid vs a stand alone grinder. Got enough gadgets for right now. Back to The Chicken Burger recipe-- I duly copied it. Now, the trick is to make use of it!
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Old 05-10-2012, 08:02 PM   #15
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This sounds good and it got me to thinking that if you dropped the Italian seasoning, used some hot sauce and blue cheese you could come up with a Buffalo chicken wing burger!
Thanks for the idea, Aunt Bea! I can eat my chicken wings again!. You get hugs for that. {{{Aunt Bea}}}
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Old 05-10-2012, 11:22 PM   #16
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30 years ago, when i had my wisdom eeth out, i took this a step further and made a chicken parm shake.

mom had made her unbelievably delucious chicken parm for the family the night i happened to have my wisdom teeth ripped from my jaw , so not to be deterred, i threw it, spaghetti, and extra sauce in the blender that night.


it was good, lol, and will remember tbis for when i have no teeth
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I'm getting better, I was able to eat pickle spears today! And Nachos!
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Old 05-11-2012, 08:30 AM   #18
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Most grocery store or meat market will take the chicken brst and ground them for you if you ask.
None of the grocery stores I've been to will just up and grind chicken or lamb upon request. Besides routine cleaning, every time they switch to a different meat, they have to clean the grinder. None are willing to go through that for a small amount for one person/family.
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This sounds good and it got me to thinking that if you dropped the Italian seasoning, used some hot sauce and blue cheese you could come up with a Buffalo chicken wing burger!
Ohh....I like this idea!
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None of the grocery stores I've been to will just up and grind chicken or lamb upon request. Besides routine cleaning, every time they switch to a different meat, they have to clean the grinder. None are willing to go through that for a small amount for one person/family.
Same thing here. Also cutting whole chickens in half. Used to do it, don't do it now, gotta clean everything each time they change meats. That's when I got a cleaver and learned to cut up my whole chickens myself.
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