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    Easter Menu

    Sat Mar 30, 2013 9:09 pm Groupie

    This year for Easter I brined my chicken in a maple brine. I took a bit from few recipes and then added my own spices, so if it works out I will post. I also have read that the timing of your brine is very important too so I left my large 6.5lb chicken soaking for 24 hrs then will leave to rest over night. If all works out I will post the recipe.
    Going to serve it with baby potatoes and broccoli then for dessert I made Best Ever Banana Cake with Cream Cheese Frosting With over 1000 reviews I'm not sure why I never happened upon it before. Although usually when I have left over bananas my kids cry for banana bread. If the smell from the over was any indication of how good it is, I am sure it will be fantastic.
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