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Unread 12-03-2012, 07:43 PM   #16
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But remember to add the mushed sardines to the Zesty Italian dressing first
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For the best chicken flavor its simple do not over cook the bird.
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be sure you use a fresh chicken, frozen looses moisture and some flavor. but all the ideas will work, figure what suits your style..but watch where you buy and get a fresh chicken...
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Ritters bbq. chicken soak
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Anyone try brining in chicken broth? Sounds interesting to me.
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Anyone try brining in chicken broth? Sounds interesting to me.
I think it would work as long as you added additional salt to the broth.
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