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Old 02-12-2006, 06:13 PM   #1
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Fried Chix

Well, Cappy's post about the best fried chix joints got my mouth to watering. I did the comfort food gig today! Double dipped buttermilk fried chicken, biscuits, corn, and taters! MMMMMMMMMM!

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Old 02-12-2006, 06:20 PM   #2
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Looks good Woody, I luv's me some fried chicken.

How was that sauce?
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Old 02-12-2006, 06:37 PM   #3
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Nice looking dinner Woodychic. I love looking at the pictures here, it always gives me a thought for dinner during the week. BTW, Bruce, I did the salmon again yesterday and agian, TOP shelf! Had a little bit tonight with some leftover spagetti for dinner.
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Very good looking fried chicken there Woodrow.
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Old 02-13-2006, 02:10 AM   #5
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Thanks Nick, as a matter of fact that's dinner around here for Monday.
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KFC, eat your clucking heart out.
Looks awesome Woodfrier.
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looks great, now I gotta break in my new pan. went in to wally world today while the place next door put tires on. found a lodge 12" skillet with a $4.88 price tag...all the others were 17+ bucks. the wife still didnt understand the need for another cast iron skillet....she will know tomorrow at dinner time.
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You can never have enough cast iron! Mine get lots of use! It's so well seasoned I can fry eggs without them sticking. LOL

That fried chicken looks awesome! I love fried chicken but hate to cook it. I'm always afraid it will be raw in the middle!
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You can never have enough cast iron! Mine get lots of use! It's so well seasoned I can fry eggs without them sticking. LOL

That fried chicken looks awesome! I love fried chicken but hate to cook it. I'm always afraid it will be raw in the middle!
I've got 6 dutch ovens, and 10 frying pans in various denominations! My sister-in-law bought an old house to restore and while they were doing it, they found about 6 skillets that must be 50-75 years old! Smooth as a baby's bottom! I am only using cast iron or enameled cast iron from now on. Oh sure, I still have a pasta pan and a couple of saucepans, but cast iron is the way to go!
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