I tried to think of a recipe for chicken that would fall off the bone, and I got lots of help from my friends on Facebook. With their help, and my imagination, it was a terrific success. Even my son Marc, who usually doesn't like chicken on the bone loved it.
This dish had to be special, really special as did the side dishes. For the sides I made green pea and ricotta puree, super creamy mashed potatoes and an Israeli salad with mozzarella. Of course, it was served with a big round Italian bread for dunking. Oh, and the dessert, the dessert was a strawberry/blueberry and mint granita (ices). Yum.
The chicken fell off the bone, and it smelled so good that after 25 year of not eating meat other than fish, I was tempted to taste it. But of course, I didn't. Watching Harold enjoy the chicken was plenty for me!
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|Addie and Harold Gabel|
with Bob, Kathy, Ted, Mike, Steve, George and Dan Gabel