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limelindsey limelindsey 5 years
I did this a few nights ago, but I had no idea that's what I was making! haha! I decided to grill and chicken breast and wanted them to cook quicker, so I did exactly this. It was delicious, btw.
HaterTot HaterTot 7 years
I can see where you might think that though! Ice monger, Fish monger, cheese monger - all okay; meatmonger is another thing entirely! Oh, but @suzi's right - this is a great tip, and one I didn't know. I think I always used breasts and cutlets interchangeably in recipes in the past! But, I will be steering clear of any meatmongers :)
Food Food 7 years
:o Yikes -- HaterTot you are right!
suziryder suziryder 7 years
Hah! Hatertot! I didn't know that, too funny. thanks for the tips, Yum. I hate how expensive chicken cutlets are!
HaterTot HaterTot 7 years
Um, Yum, I don't think you know what "meatmonger" means. It's not a synonym for butcher. It actually is an antiquated, no-longer-in-use synonym for "wh*re-monger." It means "promiscuous man." I mean, I suppose it is possible that is what you meant - perhaps you know a lot more about your butcher than I know about mine!
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