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  1. Yeah, what is up with those spammers?? I don't get it either. This sweet and sour chicken looks different from the one that we are used to but looks healthier. 🙂

  2. That is one of the things I love about my wordpress move is the Akismet plugin, It totally saves the day.

    This chicken looks delicious, so often they have scary ingredients but not this one.

  3. I think Blogger has a setting in comments where you can set it up for the little word mix up comes up. This way people have to fill that up before their comment goes live.

  4. shocker of all shockers–i don't think i've ever had apples and chicken together! unacceptable! this is a nifty-sounding dish, as i also like the sweet and sour party in the mouth. also, spam comments stink.

  5. yeah, spammers are annoying, i always feel like they are such a waste of a comment, lol!

    i'm going to have to check out your other sweet and sour chickens, although this one looks really awesome too!

  6. I got some AWFUL comments way back. It was spam, but it had horrible racial things in it and it went on for paragraph after paragraph. I turned on the word captcha and it went away. Phew.

    I have a weakness for anything even remotely related to Chinese. It's my crack.

  7. I just made Sweet & Sour Chicken the other night. It was yummy! Not as fancy as yours, but still good. I love it 🙂

  8. Hmmm, I don't know if I've made a sweet & sour chicken recipe yet. I guess I'll have to go back to your first one and check it out.

  9. Darn those spammers.

    I had to laugh when I saw those puckering words. I adore Sweet & Sour Chicken. So much so, I was thinking of declaring a day; Sweet & Sour Chicken Day!!! I surely am not waiting to National Chicken Month to try these babies. They look scrumptious! Nice change from pineapple. Uh Oh, Bookmarked!!!

    Thanks for sharing, Deborah

  10. Ah, I have been looking for ideas for my packed lunch. This looks very very promising! By the way, are you from the Philly? Because adobo is one of our signature dishes.

    Your photos look great, and so does your food! I also host a food blog but it's not as good as this one.

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