Thursday, May 18, 2006

Ezzie's Blog Roundup, 5/18: Coca-Cola Chicken

:::whew::: Finally calming down from the Cavs' incredible win over the Pistons, and as I promised Batya I'd submit a post for the 6th edition of the Kosher Cooking Carnival [links to all past editions are in the sidebar and on JBlogosphere], I'm going to do so as my lead-in to tonight's roundup.

As I've mentioned in the past, our family is fond of easy, quick recipes that everyone will love. Coca-Cola chicken fits those standards perfectly.
Coca-Cola Chicken
  • 1 cup ketchup
  • 1 cup Coca-Cola
  • 3 tbsp onion-soup mix
  • 1 chicken, cut into 1/8ths
Place chicken in pan. Place pan in oven at 350 degrees for 45 minutes. Mix ketchup, Coca-Cola, and onion-soup mix in a bowl. Take pan out, uncover, drain juices. Pour Coke mixture over chicken. Place back in oven, leaving the cover off, for 30-45 minutes. Take out of oven. Serve. Eat.

Yum. (That's really the whole thing.)

And now, on to the roundup:

Yitzchak has another Linkim.

*Post of the Day*
Oose tells the story of how a small good deed saved his life - from a suicide bombing.
Krum makes some interesting points about Loshon Hara.

Chana, Shira, & Xvi tackle what we need to learn from this abuse story. RenReb is struggling to post about it.

UPDATE: Another Chana has a blunt take on everything. Very good.
And the rest:
JoeSettler notes how surprisingly successful Bibi Netanyahu actually was - fascinating, really. I didn't know this, and you didn't either...

Tel-Chai Nation covers the story at Buffalo's airport where an Arab teen claimed he had a bomb in his bag. Check my question in the comments - what do you think?

E-Kvetcher tells the story of his family's escaping the USSR.
Check it out!