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Kurt's CoCo Vin Chicken

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  • Kurt's CoCo Vin Chicken

    I rummaged through several cook books only to shop and make my own version. Chicken, carrots, yellow onion, baby bella's, leak, red potatoes, thyme, rosemary, garlic, salt and pepper, white wine and chicken stock. I placed pot on 2 bricks inside oven. Floor temp was 550. Cooked for 1 1/2 hours taking off the lid the last 20 min.
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    Re: Kurt's CoCo Vin Chicken

    prolly kind of hard to find anything in a cookbook named coco vin

    Coq au Vin


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      Re: Kurt's CoCo Vin Chicken

      @ Splatgirl, just me being Kurt..my own spin