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Susan

Believe me, Dave, I've had plenty of disasters. The chicken story did have a happy ending. I "repurposed" it by scraping off the soggy coating (b/c it was refrigerated) and spread dijonaise over it along with some panko crumbs, baked it at 350 for about 20 minutes and that chix was DONE and quite good. We liked it better than the anni dinner. See? A happy ending.

Dave

I like to hear about other people's disaster meals - it makes me feel better about my own disasters.

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