Wednesday, January 4, 2012

Mr. Hawthorne Cooks Sunday Dinner.

I've been saving this post since mid-November. I just need to squeeze them out for your perusal and enjoyment. I don't think you can take anymore than that.
Daughter Hawthorne came home this past weekend and I took the opportunity to find more frozen meat to thaw out. Trying to clean out the freezer so we can fill it up again.
We always buy on sale. $2.54 for this hen.
Coat the skin in a little olive oil.
Mr. Hawthorne gave it a dusting of Slap Ya Mama Cajun Seasoning. Bake at 350 degrees until temperature in breast is 160. Don't bake in a dry baking dish. Pour a little water or chicken broth in there. I also put the giblets right in the baking dish.
Mr. Hawthorne is making the rice.
He's going to doctor it up after the rice cooks. Green pepper and tomato, diced, along with a few shakes of Texas Pete, to taste.
Done. About 1 hour 15 minutes.
Juicy tender chicken with crispy skin. Rice with a kick. And I got the liver. Rosie happy.

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