Wednesday, September 21, 2005

It's Been A Long Time...

I shouldn't have left you without a dope rhyme to step to...

Yeah, I know, that was lame.

Due to my utterly hectic lifestyle I no longer have time to transcribe my precious thoughts in this here weblog. By no means am I joyous about that. But here's some kewl-ass links (credit to tmmb):

Get a human every time
Ashton Kutcher's phone hacked

How about the recipe for the Chik-fil-a chicken sandwich:

1 egg
1 cup milk
2 skinless, boneless chicken breasts, halved
1 cup flour
2 1/2 teaspoons powdered sugar
2 tablespoons salt
1/2 teaspoon pepper
3 cups peanut oil
4 plain hamburger buns
2 tablespoons melted butter
8 dill pickle slices

Mix together the egg and milk. Place the chicken in this mixture, and let sit for at least an hour.

While the breasts are sitting, mix together the flour, sugar, salt, and pepper.

Once the sitting is done, dredge in the flour. (For ourselves and our favorite customers, after the first dredging, we would put them back in the milk bath for a few seconds, and re-dredge! This is not company policy, however!)

Place the Peanut oil in a deep fat fryer, and bring up to a high heat.

Once up to 375 F., gently drop chicken into the oil, and let cook until golden brown. (This is for those of us who do not have a pressure cooker. If you do, follow the note below!)

Lightly butter the buns, and grill until heated through. Place two pickles on each bun, and place a hot breast on each!

Note: Chick-Fil-A actually uses a Pressure Fryer (not a pressure cooker) to cook the Filets in. If you have one, use the peanut oil according to the instructions for frying in it. Desired heat is 400 F. Once steam starts shooting through, cook for about 4 minutes.

Servings: 4
Home Cookin, Chick-Fil-A (Posted By Former Employee)