Yum! Buffalo Chicken Fingers..

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Spotted at Can You Stay For Dinner, how to make Buffalo Chicken Fingers… and some great thoughts on not demonizing food, too!   I love recipes that let you make your pub food favorites at home.  And if you don’t want to make them spicy, this recipe would work for plain chicken fingers to feed the kiddos too!

“I eat my fair share of fine food. Just recently, I dined on beef wellington, roasted duck, ceviche, and quail. Spectacular consumption. But if I’m being honest, my ultimate meals always bring to mind crispy buffalo chicken, pizza, medium-rare cheeseburgers (preferably with a smear of mayonnaise), and steak and cheese subs with caramelized onions. More street grub than gourmet. Those would be the meals that I’d choose, like JC, at the last supper.

Lots of times I wonder why I don’t salivate quite as much at the thought of going out for a really “nice” meal. Why seared ahi tuna and wild mushroom risotto doesn’t quite do it for me in the same way that Bertucci’s “Carmine” pizza does. As a food blogger, I see those pristinely plated, cost-more-than-my-car meals almost daily. And truth be told, they’re delicious. Mouth-watering, even.

But they aren’t the ones that I get a jonesing for.”

Go read the whole thing, and get the recipe to make your own Buffalo Chicken Tenders!

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I'm sorta a crafty nerdy cook, who is layered... like pie.
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  • peej said:

    Awesome presentation and such a great way to share a recipe. The step by step instructions with clean crisp photos lures you into immediate cook mode. Can’t wait to try it out.

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