Thursday, July 05, 2012

Thursday Dose of Cute: Hot Mint Chicken

Hot mint chicken (not a recipe) - FarmgirlFare.com
(not a recipe)

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7 comments:

  1. Of course, I thought it was recipe...a strange recipe! But the photo isn't strange! It's great!

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  2. Like DollZandThingZ, at first I too thought this was going to be a weird recipe. :-) As always, beautiful chickens! I'd have about 40 if I had the space.

    Farmgirl, forgive me if you've already covered this in another post, but I have a homemade pizza question. I'm making my first ever dough from scratch, and want to know... do I really NEED a pizza stone? Inquiring minds on a budget want to know.

    Since this is the first time I've done it, I'd hate to buy a really nice stone and then not use it much. I do have a 14" perforated aluminum "pizza pan" that I use to heat up various frozen convenience foods; it seems to make things pretty crispy. Any suggestions? Or a URL?

    Thanks for your help, as always! :-)

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  3. How very funny! Like both DollZ and Rachael, I too, thought this was another great Farmgirl Susan recipe! I thought of all people, you might be able to sell me on mint chicken, haha. To Rachael, a fella I adore posted about using a block of ceramic tiles from the Depot in lieu of a pizza stone. May I post the link here? Susan, if you don't know Kevin, I think you'd love him. http://www.agardenforthehouse.com/2012/05/snowshoe-naan/

    Oh, love the hot chicken picture. Glad to know mine aren't the only ones who hang their poor mouths open in oppressive heat. Still praying for rain for you!

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  4. I'm thinking of you too! I heard on the Weather Channel that 56% of the country is in a drought! Which probably means that most of the rest of the country isn't far behind. Well, the mid-Atlantic states might be doing better as far as rain, but they have had a whole list of other issues.

    It's pretty hot here too over 100 today,

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  5. I was thinking of your sheep, Carey or Cary. Will you update us? The weather you are having is terrible.

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  6. We are finally getting some rain here. Our 100-degree heat is usually a DRY heat, except during the rainy season. But we'll take the rain whenever we can get it!!

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