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Mom's Chicken Campagnola

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Took this recipe right out of my mother's cookbook. However, this is the first time I've made this. Growing up in an Italian household, my mom would make this a couple times a month. In the ingredients photo, I left out white-dry wine and oregano. I started out grilling the chicken and sausage until about a third of the way cooked. I roasted the potatoes the same way. I then rendered down the vegetables in a Dutch oven, added the liquid ingredients, and cooked for approximately forty minutes on the Big Joe. It actually came out a bit different than how my mom's tasted, but it was still very enjoyable.

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Looks like an excellent dish to me!  And great  kamado utilization With a couple of different styles of cooking!  
 

I gave up a long time ago on trying to make childhood favorites as an adult and have them taste the same. I am pretty sure it’s impossible.  Sometimes there is something at play that you just can’t replicate no matter how hard you try. Don’t underestimate the “mom” factor...: :)

 

 

 

 

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2 hours ago, KismetKamado said:Sometimes there is something at play that you just can’t replicate no matter how hard you try. Don’t underestimate the “mom” factor...: :)

i agree.  We found one of my mum’s recipes but gave up when it called for a measure described as “one level measure of the cracked pink bowl”. . .

 

 

 

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