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Re: Frying chicken [Re: NewGulf] #7136928
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Looks good! When I lived at home my mother would make fried chicken in the oven. No it wasnít shake & bake

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Looks wonderful. Growing up we had fried chicken every Sunday. My grandmother was one hell of a cook! To this day I've not seen it cut up the way she did it.

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That's the way I always did it but I'm done. It's now Popeyes spicy for me.


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Re: Frying chicken [Re: NewGulf] #7136942
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Re: Frying chicken [Re: NewGulf] #7136946
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ive made a complete mess my wife is going to be 10 kinds of pissed when she gets home

Re: Frying chicken [Re: NewGulf] #7136951
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had 5pds of new potatoes my buddy gave me used almost all of them making mashed potatoes dang they are good!

Re: Frying chicken [Re: NewGulf] #7136955
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And gravy?

Re: Frying chicken [Re: 68rustbucket] #7136962
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Originally Posted By: 68rustbucket
And gravy?



didnt make any this time not much milk and my 11 year old likes his cereal before school in the morning lol

Re: Frying chicken [Re: NewGulf] #7136973
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Do you soak it in buttermilk overnight prior to said frying?

Re: Frying chicken [Re: Herbie Hancock] #7136979
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Do you soak it in buttermilk overnight prior to said frying?



i have before but not very often..it is good that way as well. i normally season it and let it sit several hours before frying. comes out perfect each time.

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Re: Frying chicken [Re: NewGulf] #7136993
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Re: Frying chicken [Re: Jimbo1] #7137054
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Originally Posted By: Jimbo1
Looks wonderful. Growing up we had fried chicken every Sunday. My grandmother was one hell of a cook! To this day I've not seen it cut up the way she did it.
Did she cut the back with ribs and the last piece that went over the fence that the thighs hook to. Thighs were just the thigh bone and legs were just legs. Wings, pullybone, and keel piece. If so that is still how I cut mine. Learned from my Mom.


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Her momma was in the kitchen cutting chicken up to fry. I posed this question on the OT forum. My momma cut it up leaving the pyllybone. I cut a whole chicken up in eight pieces. Looks as if NG only cooked things and drumsticks.



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Popeyes spicy for me.[/quote]

Re: Frying chicken [Re: NewGulf] #7137107
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Looks good. Hey NG, are you still using high temp olive oil for frying? I remember you posting that up a few years ago...

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Originally Posted By: bobcat1
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Looks wonderful. Growing up we had fried chicken every Sunday. My grandmother was one hell of a cook! To this day I've not seen it cut up the way she did it.
Did she cut the back with ribs and the last piece that went over the fence that the thighs hook to. Thighs were just the thigh bone and legs were just legs. Wings, pullybone, and keel piece. If so that is still how I cut mine. Learned from my Mom.


That's it. Loved the little rib piece. The pully bone had two little chunks of meat attached. Ah Memories!

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Originally Posted By: Jimbo1
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Looks wonderful. Growing up we had fried chicken every Sunday. My grandmother was one hell of a cook! To this day I've not seen it cut up the way she did it.
Did she cut the back with ribs and the last piece that went over the fence that the thighs hook to. Thighs were just the thigh bone and legs were just legs. Wings, pullybone, and keel piece. If so that is still how I cut mine. Learned from my Mom.


That's it. Loved the little rib piece. The pully bone had two little chunks of meat attached. Ah Memories!
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yep, most Sunday lunches growing up ... mom would send me out to catch a chicken, ring it's neck and pluck ... by the time she had it fried up, I still had the smell on my hands ... might be why I don't care much for chicken


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And gravy?



didnt make any this time not much milk and my 11 year old likes his cereal before school in the morning lol


I'm sorry, you fried chicken but didn't make gravy? Boy, are you a commie or something? smile ani

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ive made a complete mess my wife is going to be 10 kinds of pissed when she gets home
Hi honey....I cooked dinner....... peep


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And gravy?



didnt make any this time not much milk and my 11 year old likes his cereal before school in the morning lol


I'm sorry, you fried chicken but didn't make gravy? Boy, are you a commie or something? smile ani
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ive made a complete mess my wife is going to be 10 kinds of pissed when she gets home
Hi honey....I cooked dinner....... peep



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