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what'd you serve with it?

Posted By: gonna try it this weekend! sm on 2005-08-11
In Reply to: I saw below that my 20 garlic chicken was thrown in a few crockpots.. - what did ya think?

mashed potatos, pasta, rice? All of the above! I'm a carb freak, can you tell. I personally appreciate any good, quick and easy recipes.  It's like I never have time to "cook" anymore! I mean really cook, like mama used to!  excuse me, I'm gettin' all choked up! LOL

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