Tuesday, March 14, 2017

St. Patrick's Day Giveaway + Guinness Glazed Chicken from Cleo Coyle #StPatricksDay


St. Patrick's Day is almost here, and Marc and I are looking forward to the annual celebration here in New York City, a day when everyone is a little bit Irish! 



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Now we know many of you don't like beer, let alone dark beers like Guinness stout, but we can assure you of this. You don’t have to be a fan of drinking Guinness to appreciate eating it. The rich, dark, and roasted flavor, along with the (yes) low alcohol content, make it a wonderful ingredient to cook with, especially in this recipe. 

Guinness stout adds complexity and moisture to many dishes, including this beautiful pan of oven-roasted chicken...


This is exactly the sort of dinner our amateur sleuth, coffeehouse manager Clare Cosi, would enjoy sharing with her longtime boyfriend, NYPD Detective Mike Quinn, a police officer with strong Irish roots...


Here in New York, our Police (and Fire) Departments are always well represented in the annual St. Patrick's Parade, and we can tell you from experience, plenty of Guinness is downed that day, too!

As for our One-Pan Guinness Glazed Chicken, the flavor is amazing and the sweet meat will melt in your mouth. Marc and I kept the recipe relatively simple. Just marinate the pieces, pop them in the oven, and eat with joy! 


But first...

A QUICK NOTE ON "IRISH DRY" STOUT...


When you purchase the beer for this recipe, keep in mind that all stouts are not the same. The Guinness stout labeled “Draught” has a low alcohol content--the same as many “light” beers (4.2%), making it very drinkable. Guinness stouts labeled “Original” or “Extra” or “Foreign Extra” have higher alcohol contents, but all of them will work for this recipe. 

If you want to use a different (perhaps a locally brewed) brand of stout, no worries, just be sure to look for one that’s brewed in the style of Irish Dry Stout. Click here or visit the website BeerAdvocate.com for a list of over 1,000 brands of beers brewed in this style—and drink with joy!


Now let's get our Guinness chicken on!






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Cleo's One-Pan 

Guinness Glazed Chicken


INGREDIENTS:

4 pounds fresh chicken drumsticks, thighs, and/or chicken wings (do not use skinless pieces, do not use breasts)

Dry Ingredients:
1 cup dark brown sugar
1/2 teaspoon finely ground sea salt (or table salt)
1 tablespoon cornstarch*

Wet Ingredients:
1 cup Guinness stout (see "stout" note above on using other brands)
2 Tablespoons olive oil (creates the shine on your glaze)
1 teaspoon yellow mustard
1/2 cup honey (pourable, not cloudy or raw honey)

Final addition:
1 (more) tablespoon cornstarch*

*These 2 tablespoons of cornstarch will help to thicken the glaze during cooking, so don’t leave out this ingredient, and be sure to mix it in until completely dissolved. 

DIRECTIONS:


Step 1—Prep the Chicken: Wash your chicken parts, pat them very dry with a paper towel, and set them aside. 



For this recipe, we used 8 wings, 4 drumsticks, and 4 thighs. This added up to about 4 pounds of chicken. Be sure to use chicken with skins on. We don’t recommend using breasts. (Breasts are larger than other chicken parts and may need longer marinating and roasting times.) 

Step 2—Mix the marinade/glaze: In a mixing bowl, whisk together the dry ingredients (dark brown sugar, salt, and 1 T. cornstarch). Whisk in the wet ingredients (Guinness, mustard, olive oil, honey). Whisk well, making sure the dry ingredients are completely dissolved into the wet ingredients. 






Step 3—Marinate for 3 hours: Place the chicken parts into a single layer in a large plastic container (or sealable plastic bags). Pour the marinade over the parts. 



Seal the container and flip it a few times, shaking gently to coat the chicken pieces. Place the container in the refrigerator and let the chicken marinate for 3 hours (and no more).

Step 4—Prepare to cook: Preheat your oven a good 30 minutes to 450° F. Line a shallow baking or roasting pan with heavy-duty aluminum foil and coat with non-stick spray. Remove the chicken parts from the marinade (do not wash) and place them in your prepared pan in a single layer, skin side up. Stir the final 1 tablespoon of cornstarch into the remaining marinade liquid, seal the container and shake well, until the cornstarch is completely dissolved. Pour this remaining marinade liquid over the chicken pieces in the pan.




Step 5—Roast for a total of 1 hour and 5 to 10 minutes in your well-preheated 450° F oven. YOU MUST TURN THE CHICKEN TWO TIMES. After the first 30 minutes of cooking, flip each piece so the skin side is down. After another 20 minutes in the oven (a total of 50 minutes), flip the chicken so that the skin side is up and continue cooking for another 10 to 20 minutes. (The final time will depend on your oven.) 


This is what the chicken looks like after 50 minutes.
We are turning the pieces so the skin side is back up...

The glaze will be thin until the end of the cooking. During the final 10 minutes or so, you will see the glaze begin to thicken and the chicken skin begin to caramelize. If you don’t, the chicken is not done, simply continue cooking. ONE LAST NOTE: Baste the chicken once or twice during the final 10 minutes of cooking for a really beautifully glazed result. 








Then remove the pan from the oven, and…

Eat with joy!



Wishing  you a very...



Happy St. Patrick's Day!

~ Cleo



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156 comments:

  1. Thank you for the great recipe. I will definitely give it a try. This Irish mug is so unique. Love it. Since I discovered how much Irish heritage I have when I had my DNA done on Ancestry, I have been more interested in all things Irish. Happy St. Patrick's Day to you and Marc.

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    1. Fascinating on the DNA via Ancestry! Happy St. Patrick's Day has even more meaning to you now, cheers!

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  2. Looks gorgeous! Wonderful color. I'll try it--once I restock my supply of Guinness. You know, for years I avoided the stuff because I thought it would be too strong and bitter--I was happily surprised to find it isn't. I do prefer it on tap.

    BTW, I discovered yesterday that Jamieson has a new Irish whiskey aged in stout (the drink) barrels--of course I bought a bottle, but I haven't tried it yet. I'm saving it for Friday.

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    1. Report back to us on it, please.

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    2. Sheila - I had the same reaction to the Guinness when I first tried it in my early twenties (in Dublin). Very drinkable and enjoyable. The beer advocates talk about its "roasted" flavor being something to which coffee or even dark chocolate lovers can relate, so I guess it's no surprise that craft brewers create stouts with those flavor notes, too. On the Irish whiskey aged in stout barrels, I'll just echo Libby. Let us know what you think!

      ~ Cleo Coffeehouse Mystery.com
      “Where coffee and crime are always brewing…”
      Cleo Coyle on Twitter
      www.CleoCoyleRecipes.com

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  3. Never thought to pair Guinness and chicken. I've only added it to beef stew. However I can see how it would work. Cleo and Marc I love your coffeehouse mysteries. Thank you for entertaining me while educating me about coffee. Today I'm stuck inside and plan to make the oatmeal cookies from Dead to the Last Drop. Email - amysu

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  4. I'm about halfway thru the series & loving it! Other than Clare, of course, I think Madame is my favorite character.
    turtl

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  5. I'm adding this chicken recipe to my rotation ! kathambre@yahoo.com

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  6. I just emailed the recipe to the whole family. I'll let one of THEM try it out for now (too busy getting ready to paint, get new wall units, and new carpet). "If Mikey Likes It" I'll make a batch AFTER Passover. LOL

    Yes please I'd love to be entered in the giveaway (Love the cup and need the canvas bag). noraadrienne (at) yahoo (dot) com

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  7. The chicken looks really good.
    sgide

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  8. Thanks for this delectable recipe. Love your books which are memorable. saubl

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  9. I always love your step-by-step illustrated instructions -- now I just need my favorite chef Clare to cook it for me! The Irish Blessing mug is beautiful, and your giveaway is awesome and so generous. Happy St. Patrick's Day. Sláinte! boban

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  10. The chicken looks tasty. Thank you for the chance to win. Email - dmskr

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  11. I love this recipe..the3beersus

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  12. Goodness. I'm not sure I could part with a Guinness to sacrifice it for chicken! I'm sure it's delicious.
    patdu

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  13. Yummy and delicious. Thanks for this great recipe. ellio

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  14. Happy St Patrick's Day. Thanks for chance. Janngrogan@yahoo.com

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  15. The recipe looks amazing. I can't wait to try it and it has my favorite drink as one of the ingredients, Guinness. Thank you for offering such an awesome prize too. You always have such great prizes in your contests. Please enter me: scarletbegonia5858(at)gmail(dot)com.

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  16. What a delicious sounding mix.
    Guinness is great for short ribs, too.
    Éirinn go Brách!

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  17. The chicken sounds delicious, though I'm not sure my oldest daughter would enjoy the beer flavor. The Irish coffee mug is lovely! Thanks for the great giveaway and Happy St Patrick's Day!

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  18. Thanks for the recipe - making it this weekend for a get-together.

    jtcgc

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  19. Can't wait to try the recipe. And thanks for the fantastic giveaway. elain

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  20. Does the alcohol burn off when it cooks? As long as it does, I can eat it. I'm allergic to alcohol. It looks tasty.
    lkish77123 at gmail dot com

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    1. Hi, Linda - On your question of whether the alcohol burns off, that's a good one. Sources we've consulted have conflicting opinions so I would err on the side of safety, especially if you have an adverse reaction to alcohol.

      ~ Cleo Coffeehouse Mystery.com
      “Where coffee and crime are always brewing…”
      Cleo Coyle on Twitter
      www.CleoCoyleRecipes.com

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  21. Love Guinness and to cook with it would be heaven. Thanks for a chance to win your giveaway. embam1969 at Comcast dot net

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  22. No alcohol in our house because of a recovering alcoholic! Looks good though. Love your books and your website! marthajane1@hotmail.com

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  23. Miche I cannot wait to make this chicken for my boyfriend. We had to change our plans with his family this week due to the weather. With this I think I can make it a happy st Patrick's day. Thanks

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  24. Thanks for the chance to win!
    First 5: cherry

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  25. Thanks for sharing the recipe--it looks delicious! And like there would be just a little Guinness left for the cook! :)
    JHold

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  26. Thanks for the recipe and the chance to win! Love this series!
    valle

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  27. Sorry I'll be missing the St Paddy's day parade in NY this year.
    kcken

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  28. Can't wait to tryout this recipe. I subscribe under yellowwyytch@yahoo.com

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  29. This looks interesting even though I've never tried a Guinness..,.
    Afara

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  30. Yum!! This sounds so good! I won't be home for St. Patrick's Day but when I get back home I will be making this! My husband loves Guinness so I am certain he will want me to make it!!

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  31. Wow! That recipe looks amazing. I've cooked beef with Guinness many times but never chicken. I'll be trying this next weekend. Thanks!!!
    harbi

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    1. Wow!! Alice, I tried this over the weekend and it was wonderful. Definitely a keeper!

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  32. I wasn't sure if I was on your newsletter list so I sent you a request. I love your coffeehouse mystery series and can't wait to get my hands on the latest release. Your recipe for the chicken using Guiness Stout sure sounds interesting enough to try. robeader53@yahoo.com

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  33. Thank you for the delicious recipe, and this chance to win these wonderful prizes. I love your books! areew

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  34. Guinness draught is actually the only beer I'll drink. This recipe sounds great! And what a beautiful mug! Joannebh95@gmail.com

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  35. I am meant to make this just bought Guiness Draught and chicken drumsticks at the store tonight - they had their St. Pats drinks on sale :-)

    parkeremma2003 at yahoo dot com

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  36. Love your books and recipes! mcast

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  37. Creha - After many years as an Irish step dancer in Boston, it took me a while to get back to enjoying St Patrick's Day as a holiday. I may need to include this recipe in my festivities! =)

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  38. wow, what a sweet mug! I just ran the St. Patrick's Day 5km Race this past Sunday - what fun! :D
    em.m1(at)o2(dot)pl

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  39. Looks like a fantastic addition for my menu on St Patrick's Day. ☘️
    Javaq

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  40. Love this giveaway! That chicken looks fabulous enough for any holiday!! Finn.

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    1. Kimberly - By now you know you've won the drawing! Congratulations to you. We hope you enjoy your prizes, and...

      Thanks to EVERYONE for stopping by to enter our giveaway and help us celebrate St. Patrick’s Day! Keep in touch for more deliciously fun Coffeehouse Mystery drawings in the future. Until then...

      May you eat (and read) with joy!

      ~ Cleo Coffeehouse Mystery.com
      “Where coffee and crime are always brewing…”
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  41. What a great recipe, a nice alternative to corned beef and cabbage for St. Patrick's Day. Love your books! Thanks for the great giveaway.
    diann

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  42. Looks tasty - both the recipe and book! The Irish Blessing mug is gorgeous.

    kpbar

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  43. A new recipe to try. Looks delicious. Code: serve

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  44. I have never cooked with Guinness but enjoy the beer and love wings. Will have to give this recipe a try.
    littl

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  45. Looks like a tasty recipe. Will have to try it. Your recipes always look so good. mjmph

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  46. What a fantastic giveaway! The wings are a MUST try! Thank you for a chance to enter!. shado

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  47. The wings sound delicious! Must try them. Great giveaway! Donam

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  48. The Guinness Stout chicken recipe looks amazing! Thanks for posting.
    Happy Saint Patrick's Day to all.
    donna

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  49. How exciting to have a new wings recipe! O'Wings in honor of St. Patrick's Day!!!

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  50. Your recipe for the glazed chicken looks delicious. I would try making it, but both my husband & I do not drink alcohol. I would love to win this awesome giveaway (even though I am not Irish). Thanks for the opportunity. I hope you both have a very happy St. Patrick's Day & have fun celebrating it.

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  51. Can't wait to try this chicken recipe! Love the giveaway! eljay

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  52. How can a chicken glaze look so good? Thank you for the recipe! jsmit

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  53. As a vegetarian, I'll have to pass on this recipe, but thank you for the giveaway and Happy St. Patrick's Day! mbrad

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  54. Those look delicious! hamme

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  55. This looks so good - it may be my dinner tonight! Thank you, and Happy St. Patrick's Day to you and your family! e.frone
    P.S. The first link, above the green link, led me to some yummy looking pumpkin pancakes. Which looked good, but wasn't the chicken.

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  56. Love your books! I look forward to reading each new one.
    Bnlat

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  57. Oh my, that chicken looks good. Thank you for sharing. I can promise you that I will be trying that. lbors

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  58. Water
    That chicken does look good. Love your books!!!!! Murder Most Frothy is my favorite!!!!

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  59. Happy St. Patty's Day! The chicken looks and sounds wonderful! I love all of your books.

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  60. I haven't made this yet but just looking at your photos make my mouth water!

    mgshe

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  61. Those look great! And what a giveaway. Thanks!
    sally

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  62. Gotta have my corned beef and cabbage on St. Paddy's Day, but that chicken looks delish. I'll have to give it a try. Happy, happy all! wezel

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  63. Happy Saint Patrick's Day1
    jhtea

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  64. Wpp-Hoo! Can't wait to try this recipe!
    rbbtr

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  65. OMG! My mouth watering for a taste of those delicious wings! HaPpY St. Paddy's Day 'tis a great day to be Irish 💚☘️🇮🇪🌈

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  66. bsandova

    The pictures look mouth watering. Will definitely give this recipe a try!!

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  67. I have cooked with alcohols before, and I've made bbq sauce wtih different kinds of beer, but never Guinness. I think I'll give it a try. Thanks and keep those books coming. dec39

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  68. als@f

    This looks better for me than the muffins. Gonna try it

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  69. Love Guinness. When I was in Ireland I
    would visit the pub in the hotel every night
    and get a pint of guinness. the last
    night several of the other ladies asked if
    they could join me. It was an enjoyable
    evening.
    Have to try the chicken. Sounds delicious.
    thanks for sharing.
    txmlh

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  70. Absolutely can not wait until Saturday to try this chicken!! Have always loved cooking with Guinness and this is a new recipe for me! finn.

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  71. Love having a new way to enjoy chicken-thanks for sharing
    parac

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  72. Your Guinness Glazed Chicken looks delish!
    rsrsh

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  73. Thanks for another great recipe and giveaway! I luv to use Guinness for sauces and it's great to bake with as well! Chocolate Guinness Muffins (for adults) Pinned recipe
    missy

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  74. Sounds like a fun recipe. Thanks for the great giveaway. dowar

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  75. My husband will love this recipe. He loves Guinness
    so once I tell him it is made with Guinness he will
    be impressed. Hoping to win but if not I still have a great new recipe to try. kimf3

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  76. Guinness chicken recipe looks delicious. Can hardly wait to try it. Thanks!

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  77. My the chicken looks yummy...but honestly "Cleo" you make everything you prepare look beautiful. Presentation is everything! And it gets my mouth watering for sure~
    Haven't gotten to read the last couple books yet-would love to win the copies and start reading!
    :) oznut

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  78. Mybes....Happy St. Patrick's Day! Thanks for the recipe and the giveaway!

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  79. Happy St. Patrick's Day everyone!!! Can't wait to try the Guinness Glazed Chicken, every recipe I have tried has been wonderful so far!!!
    Email: kkmar
    Thank you!!!

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  80. I have guineas so think I need chicken to go with the muffins!!!! Onepo

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  81. That chicken looks Amazing! Now I'm Hungry!
    stampa

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  82. My husband loves Guinness, so these would be popular in my house. pauli

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  83. Chicken looks amazing! Why does the recipe say to not use raw honey? L.lof

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    1. Dancer - Thanks and in reply to your question, raw honey is almost always "cloudy" and not "clear" -- which means it will be difficult (if not impossible) to blend into the ingredients without heating. If you want to use raw honey, I would suggest warming it until it becomes easy to pour, and I hope you enjoy the recipe!

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      “Where coffee and crime are always brewing…”
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      www.CleoCoyleRecipes.com

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  84. This recipe makes me wish I still ate chicken! Your marinades are always fantastic. Wendy

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  85. chicken and Guinness sound delicious. ka110

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  86. I love your books and the recipes!!!!!!!!!!!! karen

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  87. Oh my gosh, does that chicken look GOOD!! The crispy skin looked just perfect. Happy St. Patrick's Day! a007g

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  88. Happy St. Patrick's Day�� Love your books ��
    RitaA

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  89. Love your books! What a fun tote bag! javaj

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  90. Hey chicken looks so good. I'll definitely have to try it. Fraue

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  91. I've never tried Guinness but the recipe sounds delicious. lekil

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  92. You spoil us with awesome recipes and newsletter. I will need to try the chicken wing recipe. The pictures of the chicken looks looks yummy, love the glaze...they would be a perfect treat for a weekend at home. I can't wait till your next books is out. cmeie

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  93. This recipe looks delicious and easy. Thanks for the opportunity to win not only the mug but also your books. jappb

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  94. I've made cupcakes using Guinness Stout. Now I have another recipe to try. Thank you! Happy St. Patrick's Day! 🍀 DogMo

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  95. A great recipe for Guiness! maraf

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  96. I cna't wait to try this recipe for Guinness Chicken. I always enjoy reading all the recipes in each book. Also seeing your great illustrations helps so much when trying out a new recipe.
    The Irish Blessing Mug is a beauty. I definitely need to do some searching so I hopefully find one (in case I don't win, I wonder if these are sold in the states or online?) Happy St. Patrick's Day to all! cwrix

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  97. the chicken recipe looks really good. Will have to try it soon. Joann

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  98. ^^can't...sorry for the misspell. cwrix

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  99. The recipe looks great. . .so does the Guinness which is even better when you're lucky enough to drink it in Ireland! helen

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  100. Definitely going to try the recipe. Also subscribed to the newsletter.
    Tcuevas@iccable.com

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  101. Just had a hell of a work week. Thank goodness it's Friday, with a tasty recipe to try no less! Ultim

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  102. That looks both yummy & easy (my favorite kind of recipe)! salla

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  103. The chicken looks really good. I will defiantly have to try in. mom_noemer@hotmail.com

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  104. Thanks for the yummy recipe and great giveaway!
    mcole

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  105. What a delicious recipe! I actually like Guinness but hate beer! The mug is exquisite!!! My husband and son visited Ireland with guy friends one year but I have not had the adventure yet! Your books are delightful as I've shared countless times! Thank you for everything! fitzp

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  106. The muffins look so good. I'll make a batch next time I visit my brother. I just reread one of your earlier books and enjoyed it all over again Thanks again for such enjoyable reads. jlb5472@aol.com

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  107. My stomach is grumbling after reading this chicken recipe. I can't wait to make it for my husband. utake

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  108. I love your recipes! I'm anxious to make this for my family. pengu

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  109. Another marvelous recipe. That chicken looks outstanding. Thank you for this giveaway. It's so much fun. catwo

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  110. I know what's for dinner tomorrow😋 Ash50

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  111. This looks absolutely delicious! Gotta try this! eendr

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  112. Okay this chicken looks AMAZING!! Good thing I have some Guineas "left over"! 😁😁😁
    in2pu

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  113. I am always looking for new chicken recipe. Sounds delicious. vlhca

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  114. Ummm...have you considered adding a little soy sauce to the marinade? This sounds really good, but I keep thinking the soy sauce could take the place of the salt. Thanks for the opportunity!! Mberbe

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  115. This is a recipe that I will have to try, I love the Coffeehouse mysteries and eagerly anticipate the next in the series. Casmi

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  116. smart
    That mug looks so cool!

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  117. I'm excited to try this recipe. Thanks for all the tips on how to choose the stout because I would be lost trying to buy that!
    Happy St. Patrick's Day!
    Maryl

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  118. Just dropping in to say thanks for the lovely and interesting comments! Good luck to everyone on the drawing. Plenty of time to enter. (Winner won't be chosen until the end of St. Patrick's Weekend -- Monday, March 20, at Midnight.) I'll drop back again. May you eat and drink with Irish joy. Sláinte!

    ~ Cleo Coffeehouse Mystery.com
    “Where coffee and crime are always brewing…”
    Cleo Coyle on Twitter
    www.CleoCoyleRecipes.com

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  119. Awesome recipe. My husband always said beer makes BBQ soak in better. Never tried a dark beer though.

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  120. looks yummy and def looks easy enough to prepare

    johnn

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  121. Love the recipes, keep them coming. Lou81

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  122. This recipe looks tasty, never cooked with Guiness or tasted it before. Can't wait to make this recipe, but I'll just use chicken wings. I'm gonna love this recipe like I love all your recipes.

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  123. Looks great; I can see it going great with my famous traditional Irish soda bread. All made while listening to great Irish tunes! :) kharv

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  124. This looks so good. Thanks for both chances to win. aut10

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  125. Everything looks great! As a "real" Irish person, (maiden name of Mulligan) I would love to have those mugs! Tay06

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  126. can't wait to try this. we have a few bottles of Guinness leftover from St Patty's day. kelkr

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  127. What a great giveaway...I LOVE the mugs and all of your books. The chicken sounds great. Thank you for the chance to win, and I can't wait for the next books to come out...

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  128. Love your books, love the mug and the rest of the giveaway.
    I hope I win! Would be so nice! qzee2

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  129. Guinness is THE beer, in my humble opinion. It makes a really delicious cake too. Dare I say, I'd put some in me Irish Blessin' mug if I had one...
    Jston

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  130. Recipe looks yummy but I have to wait until after Lent to give it a try since I'm Greek Orthodox and not Catholic!! So no dispensation here!

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  131. oops, forgot my email... kjkou

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  132. recipe looks great will try it. jwerth22

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  133. I'm always lookin for a new chicken recipe! And we always have Guiness around. (Is that a good thing?)

    Sherrinlaw@gmail.com

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  134. Looks like a great recipe, can't wait to try it! polss

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  135. The recipe sounds good, thanks for the chance! hseas

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  136. This is great recipe! Thanks for all the great reading adventures and recipes.
    kat87

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  137. This recipe looks so yummy! I can't wait to try it this week and to pick one of your books to re-read while the chicken is marinating...

    blcap

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  138. Your recipes are as delish as your books!

    ringo

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  139. I love all the great recipes that you post in addition to your wonderful books!

    ringo

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  140. Thanks to ALL OF YOU for stopping by to enter our giveaway and help us celebrate St. Patrick’s Day!

    The winner of our random drawing is Kimberly Finn. Congratulations, Kimberly, we hope you enjoy your prizes. And for everyone else, keep in touch for more deliciously fun Coffeehouse Mystery drawings in the future. Until then...

    May you eat (and read) with joy!

    ~ Cleo Coffeehouse Mystery.com
    “Where coffee and crime are always brewing…”
    Cleo Coyle on Twitter
    www.CleoCoyleRecipes.com

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