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David’s Crispy Chicken Wings

David’s Crispy Chicken Wings

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Posted on September 02, 2011

It was time to go grocery shopping, but not on an empty stomach. All that was left in the pantry was various sauces and a packet of Shake’n’Bake. Here is what we did.


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Crush-Can Chicken

Crush-Can Chicken

Roasted Whole Chicken

Posted on July 28, 2011

I was able to get a whole, air chilled, chicken from my local butcher. And I figured that I would try my hand at roasting my first chicken on the grill. (I know! “You haven’t done that YET?!”) Well anyway, I read the recipe and thought of all the ingredients that I would need for this. Chicken, beer, rubs, sauce. CHECK. I have it all.
…Except for the can.

That’s right folks, I am trying to make Beer-Can Chicken without the can. I just happen to only have bottles of beer in the fridge. So creatively, I find a can of something else to use. I noticed that I have a can of Cream Soda in the fridge at the time. So out it went into a cup, and in went the beer. By the way, one bottle of beer fits beautifully into a 250 ml. can.

Note:
My chicken was far smaller, as I only needed to feed a couple of people, so a regular 250 ml. can of Cream Soda was just fine, and it left me with the needed ¼ cup of beer for the basting sauce, which I wisely transfered from the bottle to the can over the saucepan for the basting sauce.

Also, I haven’t saved those pie plates from chinese takeout in years, preferring to recycle them. I guessed, rightly, that a roasting pan would do for this roast chicken.

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Chicken Wings

Chicken Wings

Maple Bacon Style

Posted on July 26, 2011

After having those delicious ribs on Wednesday, I found myself with leftover Maple Bacon BBQ Sauce. What do you know? The butcher had some chicken wings on sale. I grabbed them up and proceeded to make wings with the leftover sauce from those ribs.

I took Sultana’s advice from the Tumble Basket Chicken Wings post, using a Wok Topper instead of the rotisserie, to cook the wings. No stray wings here.

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Planked Coq Au Vin

Planked Coq Au Vin

A little bit sphisticated

Posted on July 21, 2011

Feeling a little sophisticated today, and I want to try my hand at some French cuisine. I did a little research into the origins of this recipe. It is over 400 years old, and did not gain popularity until the 1900′s. This recipe and the fact that it is French cuisine, known for complexities, is quite simple to prepare. (Much to my delight)

Until it gained popularity, coq au vin was considered a peasants’ dish. They would take the rooster that had stopped preforming his duties and, because he was so old, cook him in the wine that they had to tenderize the meat. Now that it is a popular dish, coq au vin has many variations depending on your region. This is one such variation.

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BBQ Chicken Pizza

BBQ Chicken Pizza

with Artichokes and Four Cheeses

Posted on July 15, 2011
One of the newer fads in the pizza-verse is the BBQ pizza. Smothered in BBQ sauce instead of tomato sauce, and topped with succulent grilled chicken. It’s mouthwatering and strange, beautiful and delicious. Try it, you’ll like it.
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Grilled Chicken

Grilled Chicken

with Fire Roasted Garlic BBQ Sauce

Posted on July 14, 2011

I’m trying something slightly different today. I want to be more visual with the recipes that I post. So, not only do I take images of the final plated product, I am going to try to take photos of the process as well.

Today we are going to make simple grilled chicken.

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Sauté-stuffed Chicken Breasts

Sauté-stuffed Chicken Breasts

Posted on June 01, 2011
What an amazing dinner last night.
I had some chicken breasts and was going to have a nice tossed salad with them. Well, didn’t I just get inspired by the previous post Grilled Chicken Breasts with Mushroom & Pepper Stuffed Skin. I didn’t have breasts with the skin still attached, so…
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Tumble Basket Buffalo Wings

Tumble Basket Buffalo Wings

with Blue Cheese Dip

Posted on May 20, 2011
‘Tis the May 24 people!
Here’s to having a great outdoor weekend full of picnics, beer, friends and WINGS. This long weekend I am looking forward to going to the fair and watching the fireworks with a picnic. I want something that is a little more portable than burgers with all the fixings for this picnic.
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Chicken Yakitori

Chicken Yakitori

with Green Onion and Maple Hoisin Glaze

Posted on May 02, 2011
I love food, and around the world there are so many different ways to prepare it, your opportunities are endless. This chicken dish is light and delectable, and goes well as an appetizer or with rice and vegetables as a full on meal.
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Whole Rotisserie Chicken

Whole Rotisserie Chicken

Posted on April 07, 2011
With this Whole Rotisserie Chicken, there is nothing like sitting down to a family dinner with all the fixings. There is just something about a roasted chicken that makes you feel closer. This may not be the traditional shove-it-in-the-oven and hover for twelve hours, but the end result is the same. A tender chicken and a great meal.
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