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Old 05-13-2013, 06:17 PM   #1
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I took the day off from cooking yesterday so I had to catch up tonight...

I had some chicken thighs and boneless skinless breasts thawing, and a London broil.

I have been looking at everyone's chicken bombs, and my initial thought was to go down that road. I looked around the kitchen and had some fresh basil and mini sweet peppers, so there was a small change in plans...

I deboned the thighs...

First a little salty and pepper...
I then sliced up the mini peppers and placed them on the chicken.
Then some mozzarella and fresh basil...


I wrapped them up best I could then secured them with a toothpick. I passed on the bacon wrap... this time...

I gave the outside more salt and pepper - keeping it simple as to not overpower the basil.
Dusted the breasts with Yardbird - these will be sliced up.
Onto the Egg, raised direct at about 325 degrees... with two massive potatoes...


They went about 35-45 minutes. These are for lunch so no feedback on the taste but seriously - chicken, peppers, basil, and cheese - can't see how these would not be tasty. The thighs didn't get as dark as I would have liked, but I didn't want to burn them or have all the cheese melt out.

Threw the London broil on four minutes a side and let it rest. No pics of that...

Thanks for looking.
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Old 05-13-2013, 06:37 PM   #2
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Looks like you'll be eating good tomorrow!!
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Oh yea that looks good!!!
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WOW. I'll bet lunch is gonna be GOOOOOOOOOD tomorrow!
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Thanks guys, looking forward to lunch today!!!
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Looks good to me
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Yummy yummy ...what time is lunch? Lol
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Yummm!
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Very nice
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Tasty looking lot. I planted some Basil this year, so I'll have to give your recipe a try.
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