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Comments on: Pollo en Pepitoria “Kinda” – Really Chicken in a Saffron, Fino & Hazelnut Sauce

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Fri, 27 Jun 2008 01:47:16 +0000

[...] Full has shared her version of an amazing looking Spanish chicken, saffron and hazelnut dish called Pollo en Pepitoria “Kinda“. It may not be perfectly authentic, but I plan on trying it [...]

By: Rachel

Sat, 24 May 2008 11:31:28 +0000

I made this for my first post-show meal. Very yummy. I adore hazelnuts and for the time being, they don't cause any allergic reactions.

By: Núria

Fri, 23 May 2008 08:04:38 +0000

I hate when I plan to cook a traditional recipe and one of the ingredients is missing... but then, your "kinda" Pollo looks fantastic to me!!!! And cooking is about trying and failing and succeding... so maybe you improved the recipe!!!! Have to check about this Spanish Site, didn't know about it. Thanks!

By: Amy B

Thu, 22 May 2008 13:46:16 +0000

This looks amazing! How wonderful that you had to substitute something & ended up with this great dish - I love it! Hope you enjoyed the sun. xoxox Amy

By: Mike

Thu, 22 May 2008 12:15:16 +0000

Truly authentic or not, I find this dish intriguing and definitely a new idea to me--I love hazelnuts, but I have a total mind blockage when it comes to using them outside of dessert/baking. Also, I always figure if we all posted 100% authentic dishes, the food blog scene could get boring and repetitive very quickly anyways. ;-)

By: Buta Udon (Udon with braised pork) | [ No Recipes ]

Tue, 20 May 2008 05:34:43 +0000

[...] from We Are Never Full (one of my favourite blogs) mentioned in her last post about how she hates it when idiots ruin a dish then try to call it “authentic”. [...]

By: Heather

Tue, 20 May 2008 05:04:23 +0000

Since I became a SUBSCRIBER to your blog, I sometimes forget to actually drop by and say hello. Also, I don't know how many of my recipes are "a take on" a real, classic dish. Shooting from the hip is how our kitchen and our cuisine evolves.

By: admin

Mon, 19 May 2008 23:23:44 +0000

right on, peter. much agreed. my main point was with calling a historically old, cultural dish by it's authentic name when the recipe is completely different from the original. That's why I put "kind of' on the end of it. I'm sure a spanish food purist would agree that i should not call this dish pollo en pepitoria! Cooking is like jazz... that's very beautiful... honestly! i'm seriously not being my normal sarcastic self!

By: Peter

Mon, 19 May 2008 23:09:50 +0000

Cooking is like jazz; improvisation is its lifeblood. Substitution does not make you a hypocrite, or anything like the Rachael Ray. It makes you a cook.

By: admin

Mon, 19 May 2008 22:10:05 +0000

ben: Ha haha! you're gonna have to even explain what a salsa casserole is... i know i like enchiladas, but salsa casserole? not sure. canary girl: have i mentioned you've got a great blog? and i'm jealous of where you live. you'll notice that i often show displays of jealousy to many in the blog-o-sphere! it's a bad trait... but, if you live in france, spain, italy or anywhere warm, i kind of secretly hate you. but love you at the same time. someone help me. hey pixie!! long time no hear! great to see your name! the heat wasn't long-lasting, unfortunately... which is why i am jealous of canary girl! rachel: you almost made me barf in my mouth a little when i read the words "veal meatballs in soup" and "ossobucco" in teh same sentence. this has to be a ray-ray concotion, right???!!! if you give this a try i'd be totally happy! nobel pig, lou lou and kevin: gracias!! muchas gracias! kitchen goddess, i'm curious - why no eggs? allergic? hate them? smell funny? peter: don't you DARE curse me like that!!! you're mean. and claudia: i'm now going to go jump off the highest thing I can find right now, i'm so depressed. you're right! luckily for you, the highest thing i can find is the table on my porch - but i'm still fucking jumping!!! don't try and stop me. my life is now over!