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Monday, January 27, 2014

Chicken Fried Rice

I think this will be tomorrows dinner.


Recipe, here. Wouldn't mind adding that Le Creuset pan to my collection too.

Stephen

11 comments:

  1. Tomorrow?? Dinner tonight, enjoy.

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  2. hmmm.... Since I love a good plate of fried rice, might have to check that recipe out this week. Thanks!

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    1. You're welcome, Sweet Girl. Tell Senior I said hello and hug the boys for me.

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  3. Sounds delicious! We will have Italian Chicken Soup on hand for Wednesday dinner.

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    1. Hey, Pretty Deb. Since you've now mentioned Italian chicken soup we need the recipe. Homemade? Thanks, my sweet friend.

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  4. le creuset...oh let me count the ways that i love you. drool, drool, drool.

    oops, sorry sweet one - i got distracted by the pretty shiny thing - i looove le creuset.

    anyway, make sure to take pics of your finished rice. i love a good fried rice with chicken or beef or mushroom or whatever is on hand. yummeh!

    your friend,
    kymber

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    1. Yep, like you I like my Le Creuset...I own several of their pots. If I remember I will take pictures for you. Take care, my lovely friend.

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  5. Aldi's puts out a knockoff version of lecreuset several times a year. Good stuff, if not quite as good. I tell myself it's the starter set, and if I treat it well, I can graduate to le creuset someday.

    Hadn't made stir fried rice in it, though - I'd usually used the wok. But now I'm tempted... thanks for the idea!

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    1. You know, Pretty Lady, once you use the real deal you'll never again use a knockoff. There are Le Creuset outlets that sell seconds at deep discounts - those with slight paint imperfections or discontinued color lines. The front line is super expensive, I know. Our American black cast iron is almost as good, if not better but the enamel coating and consistency of manufacturing of the French made cookware is worth the cost. Stuff doesn't rust, either. I bet she used a wok too, then used the pan for her artful picture. Thanks, my sweet friend.

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