Chipotle chicken will take care of that craving
you have for hot wings.
Slow Food Phoenix, Whole Foods and Radio Phoenix.org
sponsored the screening of Lunch Line tonight.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JkCqKXcz76k I'm posting a link to the trailer for Lunch Line, a documentary about the national school lunch program.
I was able to see a screening of it tonight... and wow, there was a lot I didn't know. Apparently schools have about $1 to spend on school lunches and the food they get is subsidized by the USDA (US Dept of Agriculture).
Did you know that Catsup used to be considered a vegetable, according to the USDA lunch standards?
Thankfully this is no longer the case.
I highly recommend you go and see this film.
In the meantime I'm going to recommend a new chicken recipe for you. It is simple: procure 2 chicken thighs (or 4 if you want to feed 2 people), cover with chipotle en adobo (this comes in a can, you can get it in the ethnic section of the supermarket) and bake uncovered at 405 degrees for 1 hour. Baste your chicken at least twice during the cooking process.
I'm making this tonight because I was hungry for something spicy and I wasn't willing to spring $7.99 for a dozen hot wings. I'll be making some carrot sticks as well. This would (will) go well with a Fat Tire, which I earned today. I worked my tail off.
Happy slow cooking.