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Old 02-25-2013, 01:42 PM   #1
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Old 02-25-2013, 04:04 PM   #2
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Great looking sandwich!! I don't think I have seen ground chicken in the store. Do you know if it the stuff you get is white, dark or both?
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Old 02-25-2013, 06:06 PM   #4
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Nice looking burger! Glad to see you got the video under 5 minutes, it was actually well done! I'm not a fan of chicken burgers but I may have to give these a try.
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Old 02-25-2013, 07:00 PM   #5
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Great looking sandwich!! I don't think I have seen ground chicken in the store. Do you know if it the stuff you get is white, dark or both?
John, this was a mix of white and dark. I am sure you'd put a great spin on this!!
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Think all the big grocery stores sell ground up chicken and turkey these days. Check in the frozen food section V. The Warden has tricked me into eating Turkey burgers a few times. They aint bad. We seem to draw the line on grinded up chckens for some reason.
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Think all the big grocery stores sell ground up chicken and turkey these days. Check in the frozen food section V. The Warden has tricked me into eating Turkey burgers a few times. They aint bad. We seem to draw the line on grinded up chckens for some reason.
BW, give the ground chicken a try. I don't care for the ground turkey, but the chicken is down right tasty!
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Ok will put it on the agenda. Now the first whiff I get of boiled chicken feathers the deal is off. Thats why I cant eat Earl Campbell hotlinks. They smell just like my Mama pulling a headless chicken out of the big boiling cauldron. They also insist on stuffing the nasty gut bombs in rubber garden hoses. Us old codgers cant chew stuff like that ya know?
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Bigwheel, just take your teeth out, run them on the grinder to sharpen them and start chewing away!
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John, this was a mix of white and dark. I am sure you'd put a great spin on this!!
How about chix patty sprinkled with italian seasonings cooked, then top with the following-
pestosauce, a cheese sauce made out of kraft parm cheese, topped with a tomato, onion, and basil mix (can't think of what it is called )
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