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Mar 23, 2009


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Ok, that was hilarious...I actually cried I laughed so hard. And I'm totally trying the recipe.


Our trick is to add pureed veggies to everything... waffles, pancakes, bread, pizza, spaghetti, you name it there's a veggie hiding. we also offer the full size thing, but since those don't go over too well, we mostly rely on the hidden stuff.

Carol Amie

Having made the recipe, would you think I can substitute bone in chicken breasts or something similar instead of a whole chicken? I don't know about the rest of you but wielding the knife necessary to piece a whole chicken with the baby hog-tying my ankles and trying to climb me like a tree, the 2 year old trying to "help" with the cooking and putting her hands where they ought not be and the 3 year old launching whatever toy he's got his hands on over all of us in the latest efforts to defeat gravity makes the whole process more likely to result in an family ER visit than a family dinner.

Cara Fox

It's funny you should ask that, Carol Amie, because I was wondering the same thing as I was hacking the chicken apart while keeping my crew at bay - it was definitely a little bit of a hassle. Additionally, when I questioned my husband as to why he wasn't eating the leftovers when he had devoured the dish the night it was served, he said, "I liked it - I just don't like to work for my food." RIGHT. And I totally see how after I butchered the damn thing while nursing one of his children and keeping the other two from killing each other, it would really put him out to extend himself enough to pick the meat off the bone and eat it. He's really not an asshole, but he sure sounds like one sometimes.

As it turns out, the natural fat in the chicken provides quite a bit of flavoring, which is probably why it calls for a whole chicken. It would definitely not be as good with boneless skinless breasts, but other fattier substitutions might work? Will you let me know how it turns out if you try the alternative? This was a big hit, but I'd love to see it simplified even further...


This recipe is actually one of my staples. I make it at least once every 2 weeks. I do substitute with chicken breasts, and I think it tastes just fine, though it probably would be better the original way. I've just never tried it! :)

Oh, and I too hide veggies in everything. Though my kids are far past the age of babyfood, I still buy jars of it to keep in the pantry. Carrots sneak their way into spaghettios or spaghetti sauce, etc. etc. A couple of times they've seen it and asked me about it and I always say that we keep it around for their friends' baby siblings.


I'm also a veggie hider. My favorite way is in turkey meatloaf - I shread carrots, onions, green peppers, and celary in the food processor and mix them in. Oscar gobbles it up.


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