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Old 7th August 2006, 12:02 PM   #1
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Default Cuisine from Spain Podcast 11 - Pollo al ajillo!

An easy garlic chicken dish ideal as tapas or a main course with fries!

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Did you make it? How did it taste?
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Old 8th August 2006, 01:45 AM   #2
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Made Marina's recipe for dinner. The garlic's pungency seeped into the chicken meat, giving it a rich flavour that took me to Spain. I put in the white wine near the end, and it added a subtle coating of flavor that made it scrumptious.

Definitely, this one is a keeper for the Cocina de Marina.

Thank you for the podcast.
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Old 8th August 2006, 02:40 AM   #3
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My father has made this dish for years and its been one of my favorites as a child!

It was an enjoyable podcast. I think I will give it a try soon.

Question: If all fried potatoes are called chips in the UK, what do you call potato chips in the UK?

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Question: If all fried potatoes are called chips in the UK, what do you call potato chips in the UK?
Fried Potatoes.
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Question: If all fried potatoes are called chips in the UK, what do you call potato chips in the UK?
> Crisps
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Made Marina's recipe for dinner. The garlic's pungency seeped into the chicken meat, giving it a rich flavour that took me to Spain. I put in the white wine near the end, and it added a subtle coating of flavor that made it scrumptious.

Definitely, this one is a keeper for the Cocina de Marina.

Thank you for the podcast.
Great to hear! I'm very pleased.
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Old 9th August 2006, 12:10 AM   #7
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I know this is off subject but I saw the chips entry and had to mention that my boss brought back a bag of potato chips fromk England and the flavoring was ox. I found that funny. We tried them..they were not too bad!
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I know this is off subject but I saw the chips entry and had to mention that my boss brought back a bag of potato chips fromk England and the flavoring was ox. I found that funny. We tried them..they were not too bad!
well, here we add jamón serrano flavouring, so go figure :-D
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