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Old 12-11-2017, 03:43 PM   #21
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I knew I had a photo. Shallow fry in an old Griswold #8 CI skillet. Yes, it is messy. I have also cooked it the same way outside on my Weber kettle. Way less mess that way.

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Old 12-11-2017, 03:48 PM   #22
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I knew I had a photo. Shallow fry in an old Griswold #8 CI skillet. Yes, it is messy. I have also cooked it the same way outside on my Weber kettle. Way less mess that way.

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Yup, it's messy, but it's so delicious!
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Old 12-11-2017, 04:59 PM   #23
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That's why I love my CI chicken fry pan. Deeper than a skillet and a dutch oven seems like over kill. If you ever see one at a garage sale (fools), estate sale or the goodwill, snap that baby up!
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Old 12-11-2017, 05:06 PM   #24
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That's why I love my CI chicken fry pan. Deeper than a skillet and a dutch oven seems like over kill. If you ever see one at a garage sale (fools), estate sale or the goodwill, snap that baby up!
I am really tempted to buy one of those, a Griswold, of course. But, how often will I really use it? That is the million-dollar question. Decisions, decisions.

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Well, you could make donuts in it too but I don't make donuts, so I donno.
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Old 12-11-2017, 05:19 PM   #26
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Well, you could make donuts in it too but I don't make donuts, so I donno.
I have a Krispy Kreme and a Dunkin' Donuts within walking distance, so it is highly unlikely I'll be making any donuts.

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Tip: When dip frying, the chicken will float to the surface of the oil when chicken is done.
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Old 12-11-2017, 07:43 PM   #28
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I knew I had a photo. Shallow fry in an old Griswold #8 CI skillet. Yes, it is messy. I have also cooked it the same way outside on my Weber kettle. Way less mess that way.

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You need a Frywall Casy! I love mine...https://frywall.com/
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Old 12-11-2017, 07:51 PM   #29
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You need a Frywall Casy! I love mine...https://frywall.com/
I've seen those. I'd just have to wash the fry-cone, instead of cleaning the ceramic stovetop, which is really not that big of a deal. Frying my chicken outside is even easier. I just let the oil spatter all it wants.

Cooking good food is messy. But, IMO, it is worth it.

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I've seen those. I'd just have to wash the fry-cone, instead of cleaning the ceramic stovetop, which is really not that big of a deal. Frying my chicken outside is even easier. I just let the oil spatter all it wants.

Cooking good food is messy. But, IMO, it is worth it.

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On the other hand, it's a really big deal to clean a gas stove top, but I'd never have electric by choice for me. The Frywall goes right into the dishwasher.
Fer sure, I love the side burner on my gas grill for lots of stuff. Slick!
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