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"This way of grilling chicken has been a favorite of mine since I was a kid, too, especially when cooked on a charcoal grill. It's simple and simply delicious. It's got the old-fashioned grilled chicken flavor that drew flocks of people to 4th of July celebrations, county fairs, church suppers, and community organization fund raisers. There are ..."
May 24, 2011 on Food.com
"This is Very Nice!! I really like the flavor of curried pork, since it's more distinct than chicken, but I like chicken also. Usually do pork curry on the cooktop and put it with or on basmati or jasmine rice, but casserole-style is a nice change, too. I'm sure this would work well when adding other things for occasional variety, too. I'll make..."
Jan 20, 2011 on Food.com
"What a Brilliant tip!! I don't even have a dog anymore--but was so impressed with this tip that I'd stopped and emailed it to a lot of people in my address book before resuming here to give it a 5-star rating! Many dogs will be thinner and healthier for your having shared this great tip, and others will certainly be sharing it with other people, ..."
Nov 16, 2010 on Food.com
"This has long been a family favorite! It's also great on a mound of mashed potatoes--squish the mound on top to form a "well" to contain some of the mixture on the potatoes. Another great addition to the mixture are small sweet peas. We referred to the recipe as both "Chipped Beef" and "Creamed Dried Beef" but it was a hit however it was served."
Sep 27, 2008 on Food.com