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Cooked inside this evening, so I wanted to get some smokey flavor from that habanero.  It did the trick without getting too hot.








Added minced garlic, portabellas,  & Don's Seasoning Delight (also used some of this DSD cooked into the rice) & some boneless chicken breasts on top.











Diner bell sounded !!!!










I added some leftover cheesy Stouffer's  casserole to the ever hungry teenager's plate.






The adult version was some rice with good stuff on top and a chicken breast.








Next time I'll double.......nah.....triple the amount of portabellas I use.


The Don's mixed into the vegetables and into the rice before cooking was the ticket.   Had the house smelling great.  Versatile product that I can't recommend highly enough to the fine folks here at Kamado Guru.



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Those chicken breasts look beautiful - nicely browned on top. 


It must be a chicken breast kinda day. I've got stuffed ones on the grill now. 





The browning was an unexpected  result of the rubs used:  KJ Poultry, Dizzy Dust-coarse and Mad Hunky-wing. I got lucky. :)

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Looks delicious! But I got one question where's the adult beverage? You need some suds to wash it down especially since your using habanero:)



Agreed.  Zero desire for anything other than two cups of coffee and tons of water today.  I'm gaining on the cold.  Working tomorrow and Thursday and then a good long weekend where there will be more habaneros in something an maybe a bottle of suds.

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Thanks everyone !!!!



Enjoying the start to this weekend.     Chilling out for a bit and watching the latest episode of Hard Knocks.










I'd sit down and eat at your dinner table,anytime.



And you'd be welcome, anytime, too.    :good:









I've had two boneless chicken breasts soaking in some evoo & key lime juice for two days.





Just went with some ingredients that I had on hand....vidalia onion, shiitake mushrooms, jalapeño and some Wicked Que mango rub.














It may turn out horrible.....or it may turn our decent.  Well see.   Used a basket that will allow stuff to drain off as I'll probably be putting the yardbird into a salad once done and cooled.





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Took 'em off when they hit 165 internal.










Chopped.....chilled......and ready to top a salad.


















This dressing was killer on top of this combination.




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