Tag Archives: Chicken

Blogging Malpractice, Part DLVIIMCIL

The previous post celebrates the return of the football season and the concomitant rebirth of the RBR Tailgate series over at rollbamaroll.com. That was over a month ago. Since then I’ve posted about chicken thighs, rilletes, rotel, stuffed pasta, and … Continue reading

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A Little Housekeeping

I’ve moved from poor to woeful when it comes to the upkeep of this site. You would think that at the very least I would be timely on keeping it updated with links to things I’ve written for other sites, … Continue reading

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It’s Grilling Season! Let’s Make Spaghetti!

I’m not actually planning to cook pasta on a grill, although I once cooked a single noodle on my Weber just to say that I did it. Crunchy. No, this, like life, is all about the sauce. Steaks on the grill … Continue reading

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Wednesday Recipe: Coq Au Vin

I’ve had a variation on these electronic pages, but that was Italian. This is the classic French in so much as I scoured my cookbooks looking for a single reference to it. Nada. Not one recipe in over $1500 worth … Continue reading

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I’m a Homer and I Support This Sauce

I validate my support of our Dark Lord Saban by the scoreboard. Since arriving at Alabama, Saban is 55 and 12 in five years with two BCS National Championships. Recruiting reports are agog. There is no reason to believe he … Continue reading

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Some Things of Interest

Slow down there Chef. We don’t all have a culinary degree. Paula Deen’s English pea recipe is finally revealed in all its splendor. Worth the read if only for the comments. I’m pleading with the blogging community: if you possess an … Continue reading

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Recipe: Chicken Pot Pie

I remember microwaving pot pies in my first apartment. The ones in the blue box only cost $1.69. The little cardboard bowl that it came in with that mysterious, gray, semi-reflective surface that aids somehow in the microwaving process was … Continue reading

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March passes and we whiff on yet another cookbook.

Someday we will make this work. The idea is to choose a cookbook on the first of the month and make ten things from that book by the end of the month. The broken spines of unfinished cookbooks litter the … Continue reading

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From the Cookbook #7: Oyster-sauce chicken with ginger and shiitake mushrooms

We should be further along in our obligations on this month’s cookbook but some of the dishes have been so spectacularly good that we made them twice rather than moving on to another recipe as we should have. The hoisin … Continue reading

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From the Cookbook #2 and #3: Vegetable spring rolls, page 42, and Hoisin chicken, page 89

Evidence is mounting. I have no gift for food photography. This month’s cookbook is now 3 for 3. Again we had to substitute. This time, bean sprouts and bamboo shoots were replaced by cabbage in the spring rolls. Yes we … Continue reading

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