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Chicken and Mushrooms 
Jan. 1, 2012 2:14 am 
Updated: Jan. 1, 2012 9:56 am
Wow, a TWO ingredient recipe!

Jan. 1, 2012 9:02 am
Great video, makes my mouth want that food. Steve watched it with me, and he'll be boning a chicken soon so I can make it. Why him? Because in my house dismantling chickens is in the same category as grilling - man work! :)
Jan. 1, 2012 9:56 am
Hey Duff, you'd love the newest method of boning a chicken I've discovered. Its called Chicken Galantine. The method is to debone a chicken without cutting it into pieces. You then stuff the bird with whatever yummy mixture you like, truss it up and bake it. It comes out looking like a fully formed bird but you can slice through it anywhere. It's awesome. It's also James Pepin. ( This isn't man work, its just plain yummy. The above recipe in my house is called Salt and Pepper Chicken, it's a mainstay, comfort food to my kids. You needn't confine it to deboned breasts but if you use other parts, then you need to be aware of the amount of chicken fat accumulating. Too much chicken fat tastes awful. The skin on breasts deliver just the right amount.
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I an an IT professional living in beautiful Chatham-Kent, Ontario.
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I love to cook everything except BBQ (something which I seem to have no talent for.) Right now my main interest is southern cooking. I am also interested in kitchen science and kitchen economics.
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