Sunday, August 15, 2010

Blushing Chicken-not a recipe, that's me.

Do you like to hear your voice on the answering machine?

Then I have a hunch you won't want to watch yourself on TV. I can't watch.
But you can watch, if you want to, by clicking here.
No pressure. I think I will make some more spice rubbed chicken tonight for the busy week ahead.
Thank you all for being such dear reader friends. I'm overwhelmed by your kind comments. I'm going to go hide in the closet and blush for a few hours. I'll be back to share more recipes when my face isn't red anymore.

22 comments:

FlowerLady said...

What a wonderful little video. I'm definitely adding this recipe to my Prudence Pennywise folder.

Bless your heart for what you do for your family, and in sharing all these recipes with the world.

FlowerLady

Dede said...

It was great!!! No need to be embarrassed, you cutie, you!

Kalyn said...

It was fun to see the person behind the blog. (And I can relate; I can't think of too many things worse than being on TV, that's why I like blogging!)

Aunt Spicy said...

You are an amazing natural! So proud of you!

Brooke said...

You were wonderful! I am impressed how cool you were under pressure. Great job.

Catherine said...

I don't like to hear my own voice on the answering machine, so I always pretend it's one of my sisters talking. However. . .if I could go on TV and be as beautiful and charming and as you just were I would watch every day just to boost my confidence. But you're humility is certainly one of your charms. =D

Kerstin said...

Aww, congrats, you did a fabulous job!

Katie and Mark said...

I can't view it from my phone! :( Is there another way? You Tube? If not, I'm running to my friend's house first thing in the morning! :)

Kara@ Creations by Kara said...

I think you did a fabulous job! You didn't even look nervous at all. And the chicken looks fabulous, I'm putting it on my menu. :)

The Japanese Redneck said...

Girl, that is a great video. You look beautiful.

Good recipe too!

Congrats!

Tightwad Mom said...

You were fabulous! I could never have done that! I love the recipe,too! You are my hero!

Aimee said...

CONGRATS! You're so pretty! :) Love your blog & have turned some friends on to your site, too. You're inspiring! Great job!

Teri R said...

Hi Erin,

I was sitting at the dentist office with the kids and saw the September issue of Rachael Ray with the darling West and his beautiful mom right there on the glossy pages. How fun! I see on your twitter you are headed to the Big Apple in a couple weeks...I'm going in a couple of weeks, too...maybe our paths will cross-sure hope so :-)
Teri

Penny said...

What a darling girl you are Erin and to think we knew you when you weren't a tv personality! You were wonderful and very refreshing

Anonymous said...

Great job!

This is funny...I make a rub with 1/4 cup brown sugar, 2 tablespoons paprika, 1 tablespoon garlic powder, 1 1/2 teaspoons each black pepper, cumin, chili powder and salt. I'll have to try adding the coriander.

I make it up in batches and keep it in a jar. I recently did the grilled chicken and purposely had leftovers to make into quesadillas.

I haven't tried it on beef yet, but it's good on pork. Also, I sprinkled some on buttered corn on the cob. Very good!

The Inexperienced Foodie said...

wow way to go!!! you look great and the food looks tasty

Barney Family said...

Awesome job, Hermana!! You and the chicken both look amazing!

Shelley said...

Prudy - You are a natural! Great job, I can relate to being a little self-conscious; I don't even like to see myself on home videos! But remember you are your worst critic! Made the chicken last night, my 13-year old son tasted the first bite & exclaimed, "It's genius!!" Loved it! Tonight we'll do the sandwiches for a quick-n-easy - along with some pesto pasta (made with Quiet Man Senior's abundant basil...I know...you're jealous!). Miss you, see you in the fall?

Shelley said...

Just had to add that the mini BBQ chicken sandwiches were AMAZING!!! Such an EASY, upscale meal - we all loved them! This would be a great entertaining main dish - grill the chicken in the AM & assemble the sandwiches quickly before guests arrive - then pop in the broiler. Love, love, love them!!!! What would we do without you & your inspiration! Apricot jam & smoky BBQ sauce...wow!

Lorie said...

Erin! You did a fantastic job! When are they going to give you your own show? :o) I'd watch for sure.

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