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Easy Fried Chicken 

Hey everyone, its been too long since my last recipe. Today, I had some free time and I decided to make some fried chicken with a twist. 


  • 5 chicken thighs and 5 chicken legs
  • 2 cups of flour
  • 1 tablespoon of sea salt
  • 1 teaspoon of garlic powder
  • 1 teaspoon black pepper
  • 1 tablespoon of cayenne pepper
  • 2 tablespoons of lemon juice 
  • 2/3 cup of evaporated milk
  • 2 eggs 

Wash the chicken with lemon juice and place the pieces on a drying rack. Then combine ingredients 2-6 in a bowl. After that whisk together the last ingredients. 

Place each piece of chicken in the flour mixture, then in the wet mixture, and back in the dry mixture. Once all the pieces of chicken are coated, heat 3 cups of oil in a frying pan to 375.

Fry the chicken until golden brown. Start out on high heat, then lower the heat once the outside is golden and allow the chicken to finish on low heat. 

Inspiration · Memories

How was your day?

I’m interested in knowing how everyone day is going or how it was. 

My day went well. I had breakfast for the first time in months and I’m very proud of myself. Usually I wake up with only enough time to check emails and get ready to go out. Having breakfast this morning gave me more energy and I felt more alert. During the day I got alot of work done and my day ended with a celebration for a friend of mine that is retiring. How was your day?

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Thought Provoking Quote

“Sometimes you have to play the role of a fool to fool the fool that thinks he is fooling you.”

I came across this quote today. At first it made me laugh because I thought I was the only one that saw the benefit of playing along with insincere, and deceitful individuals. The few characters that I’ve encountered in this category thought that they were getting the best of me, but in the end they realized that their actions only amused me. I saw through the deception the entire time. Why waste energy getting upset with a fool? Play their game and then be the one to say ” Game Over!” Foolish behavior should amuse you, not anger you. It should enlighten, not blind.