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Old 08-12-17, 01:37 PM   #1
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Default New Chicken Pan

Found this at garage sale for $4. Its seasoned pretty good but the lid needs a little resto. Might try the fire method, but first chicken.

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Last time my chicken was a little dry. I left it in buttermilk for 4 hours. Its makes all the difference. It was super juicy inside.






Nice and Juicy.



I did some research on a few collectors sites. The pan is from 1920s-40s based on the emblem and markings. The last of the "good metal" prewar. They go for around $200 give or take depending on condition. No way am I selling this bad boy.
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So this explains why you said you were in a food coma, been stuffing yourself on homemade fried chicken
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So this explains why you said you were in a food coma, been stuffing yourself on homemade fried chicken
I don't even know where I am right now...for a second I thought I was watching the jets game.
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Great find!! You'll enjoy that chicken fryer for years to come. And as you know, it's a great investment too.
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Good Find!!!!!!!!!!!
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Nice score and good lookn pollo, Greg.

Hehe, I am intrigued by the KRAS Napolitanke wafers in the background. You didn't eat those with the pollo, did you?
Those look like vanilla but it's been a while since I ate some. Hazelnut is pretty good too. Made in CRO, but very popular in that whole region including BIH, SRB, MNE, etc.

I know of several shops around town that carry stuff from SE Euro including expat stores and several Asian farmer's markets. Find some decent cookies too, and other delicacies, of course: all manner of sausage, deli meats, veal, spices, pickled items, veg spreads, etc. Try the Vegeta seasoning if you haven't already. Can use that stuff on just about anything.

I just returned from the old world about a week ago. Still jet-lagged. Funny to come across this thread and see this.
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Nice score and good lookn pollo, Greg.

Hehe, I am intrigued by the KRAS Napolitanke wafers in the background. You didn't eat those with the pollo, did you?
Those look like vanilla but it's been a while since I ate some. Hazelnut is pretty good too. Made in CRO, but very popular in that whole region including BIH, SRB, MNE, etc.

I know of several shops around town that carry stuff from SE Euro including expat stores and several Asian farmer's markets. Find some decent cookies too, and other delicacies, of course: all manner of sausage, deli meats, veal, spices, pickled items, veg spreads, etc. Try the Vegeta seasoning if you haven't already. Can use that stuff on just about anything.

I just returned from the old world about a week ago. Still jet-lagged. Funny to come across this thread and see this.
The first time I tried those cookies where from a Vietnamese lady at work she told me she them from the Buford Farmers market and I've been buying them ever since. Theres a good Yugoslavian store in alpharetta around the new orvis store somewhere. They have the best bread they make in house.

I always have a mini tub of vegeta.

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