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Tuesday, 14 August 2012



I had those lamb skewers when I visited my friend at college in Shanghai many years ago. Grilled over coal it was fantastic (and a total bargain). I only asked my friend to ask the vendor to cook it well done, haha. Anyway those spices sounds great with chicken too.


Looks delicious, Kirk!


looks great!


Hi Dennis - It does work pretty well with chicken...not as good as lamb....but of course, you got chicken skin, so I guess that evens things up.

Hi Carol - This is pretty much my go-to right now.

Hi Kat - I've been enjoying it!


What do you do after you sear the chicken?


Hi David - You turn the heat down and finish cooking up the chicken. Top with hoisin.....not much, really.....


Lettuce cups are wonderful during the summer months. We've been enjoying them filled with all sorts of goodies during this unusually hot spell.


Hi Lynnea - The Missus would definitely agree with you!

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