Instructables: exploring - food - chicken - food - popular Mon, 3 Aug 2015 20:35:27 PDT BLOX v1.01 Pineapple Oven??
Pineapple Oven?? - More DIY How To Projects]]> CurtosNoirDesign What is this hearsay and crazy talk!!? If you like pineapple, then you are in the right place. I love me some pineapple and meat seems like the logical choice. Follow along and I will show you how to cook meat inside of a pineapple. As a bonus I will show you how to cook chicken in a bell pepper and...
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Sat, 6 Jun 2015 18:09:24 PDT
Take Out Chinese Tacos
Take Out Chinese Tacos - More DIY How To Projects]]> kelleymarie An exciting new twist on tacos and Chinese Food.  Chinese food can be hard to eat on the go. Although delicious, it usually requires a pair of chopsticks, a place to spread out your different dishes, and a few napkins to clean up the sauces and grease as you eat. I have also found that Chinese food...
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Fri, 25 Apr 2014 17:08:00 PDT
Balsamic Chicken
Balsamic Chicken - More DIY How To Projects]]> Pane-Bistecca There are so many ways to cook chicken. This is a very tasty variation with the "seasoning" of Balsamic Vinegar. It gives the chicken a very distinct taste. I also often use red Vermouth, it also tastes very nice. Just use Vermouth instead of vinegar. This is a typical Italian recipe, very tasty a...
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Tue, 31 Dec 2013 21:06:38 PST
CHARCOAL SALT lmnopeas Attention All Grill Masters: looking for that special ingedient to enhance your BBQ? Look no further. My charcoal salt recipe is perfect for adding just the right touch of smoke with a spicy element that leaves your tongue tingling and a lemony garlic finish that will have you sprinkling this salt o...
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Sat, 8 Jun 2013 20:12:18 PDT
Filipino BBQ Chicken On a Stick
Filipino BBQ Chicken On a Stick - More DIY How To Projects]]> Cgreg1113 Barbecue on a stick is a very popular traditional Filipino dish. It is  a popular street food in the Philippines, and is very similar to the Indonesian Satay . It is usually made from chicken or pork which is then grilled in a slightly sweet sauce on skewers. This version is made with chicken. The ...
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Sun, 12 Aug 2012 18:10:38 PDT
Chicken 'N Waffles on a Stick lmnopeas It's not clear who invented the first Chicken and Waffles, but  LA institution Roscoe's opened a restaurant in the 70's that made the dish famous. When you order Roscoe's famous dish you get a waffle drowned in maple syrup topped with a piece of crispy fried chicken. The way you eat it is with knife...
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Sun, 17 Feb 2013 08:12:52 PST
Chicken Wings Without the Deep-Fry, Method 1 of 2
Chicken Wings Without the Deep-Fry, Method 1 of 2 - More DIY How To Projects]]> dmlandrum I'm a wing freak. One of my biggest dreams is to take a drive to Buffalo so I can sample wings from the birthplace of the phenomenon. As a result, I've worked hard to find out how to make the lovely things at home for myself. While I do have a deep fryer, there are two reasons why I don't like to u...
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Fri, 15 Feb 2008 15:55:28 PST
How to Truss a Chicken
How to Truss a Chicken - More DIY How To Projects]]> canida Trussing a chicken (or any other bird) ensures that the legs and wings are firmly fastened against the body. This helps the chicken maintain its shape and cook evenly without drying out any of the extremities.This basic form of trussing is dead easy, and takes less than a minute once you know how. ...
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Sun, 4 Oct 2009 21:09:48 PDT
Giblet gravy
Giblet gravy - More DIY How To Projects]]> canida I love giblet gravy, and firmly believe that the only proper gravy to serve on Thanksgiving has tasty mystery bits.   Be brave, use all parts of the turkey this year, and try your hand at making the best gravy in the world. This is my version of the giblet gravy my grandaddy would make every year f...
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Tue, 14 Nov 2006 14:57:45 PST
How to Velvet Chicken bajablue The word "velvet" is a verb... sometimes. ;-)  It's the almost-secret poaching technique that's used to produce tender, succulent chicken, beef and pork at your favorite Chinese Restaurant. If you've been frustrated by less-than-stellar stir-fry results at home, simple velveting will take your stir...
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Tue, 21 Aug 2012 09:38:08 PDT
Tom Kha Gai -- Thai Coconut Soup
Tom Kha Gai -- Thai Coconut Soup - More DIY How To Projects]]> canida A traditional and tasty Thai soup, this is my favorite comparison point between Thai restaurants and an excellent twist on chicken soup for cold winter days.  I'm a huge fan of coconut, chicken soup, and creamy soups in general, so it's a winner for me.Of course, making it at home means I can custom...
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Thu, 8 Oct 2009 18:29:54 PDT
Kentucky Fried WTF on a stick
Kentucky Fried WTF on a stick - More DIY How To Projects]]> caitlinsdad Everything tastes like chicken. Even chicken fried steak tastes like chicken. If you are lucky, You as the consumer, might find this cook's treat in your bucket. So What's That Fried thing? Read on to see how we make this delectable morsel. In Original recipe or Extra Crispy. Disclaimer: The autho...
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Mon, 2 Aug 2010 21:06:53 PDT
Buffalo Wings Recipe
Buffalo Wings Recipe - More DIY How To Projects]]> noahw This authentic buffalo wing recipe will produce addictive, crispy and delicious spicy chicken wings every time.  More importantly, it's a straight forward and authentic at-home recreation of the buffalo chicken wing recipe that will taste just like the wings from your favorite wing spot in Buffalo, ...
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Thu, 12 Nov 2009 18:30:42 PST
Quick Roast Chicken
Quick Roast Chicken - More DIY How To Projects]]> canida Roasting is a simple, classic way to cook a chicken, and the resulting birds are delicious every time.This recipe is as basic as it gets - with just 5 minutes of prep time, you can pull the finished roast chicken out of the oven in roughly 45 minutes. Give it a try! This recipe is based on the sim...
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Sun, 4 Oct 2009 21:09:17 PDT