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January 05, 2008



Happy New Year!
I wanted to let you know that you have been matched in the adopt a blogger event. Please visit each others websites and revisit the initial adopt a blogger post as a reminder of the expectations for this event.
Thanks for participating and have fun getting to know each other!
Please let me know if you have any questions.

Dine and Dish

Your match: http://www.culinaryconcoctionsbypeabody.com

Adopt a blogger post:


Well, to be perfectly selfish ... I'm sure glad that you succeeded in the resolution that benefits ME the most! :-) I do love, love your blog.

Beer can chicken is just great and you are sure to love it. Our family tends to prefer Sprite instead of beer, but you will need to experiment to find your own preferences. We do use a gas grill on occasion for this, but just be careful about the vertical clearance. Also, it helps to have a backup set of hands when removing the chicken, as it can get a bit dicey.

My new year's resolution is to go through my cookbooks randomly, cooking a dish I would not have otherwise from each. One resolution, did you notice that Mrs. L?


Yeah! I'm quite sure it was done on purpose(you being a hockey lover and all) but I am glad you are my Adopt-a-Blogger!


You can make beer can chicken in the oven. Craig & I have made it a couple of times that way. So easy! You CAN do it! :)

NotSoccer Mom

i don't think you give yourself enough credit! you have done more cooking this past year! and awesome stuff, too--i know because i stole some of your recipes! keep up the great work.

Mrs. L

Kristen - Wahoo! Thank you so much for paring me up with Peabody. How very cool!

DBdiner - Yes, ONE resolution would be easier (grin). Glad you enjoy the blog.

Peabody - Love Love Love your blog. Seriously. Yummy.

Ann - Beer Chicken in the oven? You have mail cuz I want to know what to do.

NotSoccerMom - Thank you for the kind words. I want to know what recipes you've cooked!!


I love your blog. I, of course, have benefited from it. I love tasting all the different stuff you make. I enjoy all the litle tidbits you present. Very informative. I have enjoyed reading it all and learning as I go and eating as I go. You are a good cook!

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