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    Posted: 28 March 2018 at 17:18
So reised on a chicken farm as a kid/teen, I sworn of chicken for 20+ years since I moved out of home.  Chicken, turkey duck, goose for 6 +  days a week wiped me out.

I have changed slightly. NEVER orde chicken out, even if it is free.

Ron's chicken recipes all look super, complex, but look delicous.  If he cooked them I'd eat at least 2 portions.

Got twin GD for the week, 5 years old.  My daughter and her current squezze came over for dinner.  we had chicken.  She loved it and I had to explain....

I only eat 3 types of chicken:   
--Fried,
--Beer up the Butt, tender easy, delicious and moist.  I use beer, coke, Crush, lemon/lime  all work and you can easily add spices.
--Rotisserie chicken moist tender, well done it perfect.

So a man has to know his limitations!
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Bear,

You really should try breasts sautaed in Italian dressing. I know it doesn't sound that good, but it is awesome. Pretty easy too. We usually have mashed potatoes as a side. 

It's the only way I have had chicken for quite some time. 

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Usually keep some skinless/boneless chicken breasts inthe freezer.  When wife is away, I thaw and then maninate in strawberry salad dressing, then grill.  Simple, low fat.  Mashed potatoes are great meal in themselves.

interesting, GD visiting doesn't like mashed potatoes.  WOW
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Originally posted by Bear Bear wrote:

I only eat 3 types of chicken:   
--Fried,
--Beer up the Butt, tender easy, delicious and moist.  I use beer, coke, Crush, lemon/lime  all work and you can easily add spices.
--Rotisserie chicken moist tender, well done it perfect.
 
Three good ways to prepare it, in my opinion, Bear.
 
If you want to give that Georgian Chicken a try sometime, you could certainly do the beer-can or rotisserie chicken (or grill it), and then serve it with the sauce, which is very easy to make:
 
http://www.baitshopboyz.com/shemtsvari-tsitsila-sunelebshi_topic25944.html
 
It's worth a try! Beer
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"Prepare the sauce by mixing the mayonnaise, sour cream, garlic, spices and salt together. Add 1-2 tablespoons of water to thin the sauce if necessary."

sounds simple, I should be able to do that!
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If you do, let me know what you think!


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