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Just looked in my Justin Wilson cookbook I have and there was nothing in it about cooking chicken in a bag.
Maybe you can go to a book store and look in his cook books there and maybe find it.
Thanks for letting me know they moved, we would have went down there and thought they closed.
Txschef, have you ever been to Buzzard Billy’s in Waco?
When ever we go visit family in Hillboro we go to Buzzard Billy’s.
We like it.
The site is staying alive and open for business.
With the help of some good people here.
This is great news :nana: , it was really sad thinking I wouldn’t have this site to come to anymore.
I want to say THANK YOU TO ALL who is helping it stay open from the bottom of my pea picking heart. :bow: :salute:
This is so sad, but I do understand. Guess I’ll be busy getting as many recipes off here I can in the next month or so.
I’ll also really miss this place, it’s one of the best sites to come to be able to find all kinds of recipes.
Randy your such a sweet-heart, you about made me cry!!! 🙁
Hello Sharon, and Welcome from Idaho.
That’s also how I found this site, looking for Cajun recipe. We also love cajun foods and can’t get enough of it. Been to Louisiana about 3 times and just love it. DH would love to live there someday.
Anyway welcome to the site!
Your right Peggy, I haven’t been around for awhile. Work has been awful lately, went from part-time to full time and it’s killing me. Then having to put up with a well lack for a better word “bit-h” at work hasn’t been fun either. Someone is about to bit-h slap her in to next year if she doesn’t pull her head out.
Hopefully in June I can pop in more since by then I’ll be off for the summer.
This is a grest site to look for and find recipes.
I’m on a few other sites and this one is by far the best I’ve seen.
Keep up the good work.
Welcome Gail, I’m from Idaho, my name is Vickie.
I also love baking, but most of all we love Cajun Foods and get great recipes from here.
Hope to see you around here.
Sorry Randy. Doing 2 things at once isn’t my strong point.
RANDY ROCKS!!!!!!!!! :stirpot:
Cindy, here’s what was in my George Foreman Book. Not what you was looking for but you might be able to chage it a bit.
The Champs Sausage Without Guilt
1 slightly beaten egg white
1/3 c. finely chopped onion
1/4 c. finely snipped dried apples or
1/2 c. finely chopped fresh red Delicioue apple
1/4 c. seasoned bread crumbs
2 T. snipped fresh parsley
1/2 t. sea salt
1/2 t. ground sage
1/4 t. ground nutmeg
1/4 t. black pepper
1/8 t. cayenne pepper
1/2 lb. lean ground turkey breast
In a medium mixing bowl, combine the egg white, onion, dried or fresh apples, bread crumbs, parsley, slat, sage, nutmeg, black pepper, & cayenne pepper. Add the ground turkey & mix well.
Shape into 8 or 9 2-inch wide patties.
Preheat the Grilling Machine & place the patties on the grill for at a time. Close lid. Cook for 5 minutes or until the meat is no longer pink & juices run clear, turning once or twice.
Yield:8 or 9 patties
George Foreman’s PowerBurger
1/4 c. chopped vegetables such as yellow onions, green onions, zucchini, parsley (can be saut’eed)
1/4 c. seasoned bread crumbs
3/4 lb. lean ground beef
In a med. bowl, combine the vegetables & bread crumbs/ Add the ground beef & mix well/
Shape the mixture into 4 4-inch wide patties
Preheat the Grilling Machine for 3 to 5 minutes & place the patties on the grill four at a time. Close lid.
Cook for 5-6 minutes or until meat is no longer pink & the juices run clear, turning once.
Yield: Serves 4
Randy, I’ve got lots of different stuff I could bring but you live too far away. It does sound like fun.
Hey there Randy I didn’t know you was on this site too. Nice to see you here.
it’s Vickie from Jack’s