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June 16, 2010 at 2:09 PM

Fried chicken: a little night music

After all that chat about cooking and eating fried chicken yesterday, I felt obligated to fry some up for dinner last night using the recipe I shared from my well-stained copy of the Chalfonte Hotel cookbook (plus some old-fashioned snowy white Crisco). Sure, it would have been easier to go down to my local supermarket and buy the “8 pieces for $6.99!” special, but it wouldn’t have been half as much fun. And despite what my cardiologist has to say, it was um-um good.

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