Thanks Lily, sounds tasty. I will have to try this recipe. Lately we put our chicken into one of those oven bags and shove it in the oven with some squash and potatoes. Serves a dual purpose, helps heat up the house as well as cook dinner. I will try this though as we just bought a nice new frying pan, need to break it in. Yesterday we did fry some sausages, usually not what I chose to eat but husband enjoys these. They came out great in the new pan. Hungarian sausages in a 3 pack, nice pork sausage, a blood sausage and a liver sausage. Had them with roasted potatoes and some homemade red cabbage and a glass of beer. We only ate half the meal, will reheat the left overs in the oven. Pork chops we usually flour, dip in egg and then bread crumbs then fry. We first pound them down to a nice flat size so they fry fast and the crumbs will not burn. I hadn't eaten any red meat for over 30 years but lately seems I am making up for lost time. hard not to eat rich foods living over here in HU. I don't think fried foods hurt you if you don't over eat and don't have them everyday. We take long walks most days and I exercise daily so having a balance of rich foods and exercise works out for me. Moderation in everything. This morning I spent a long while getting every feather out of goose skin with a bit of goose grease. We melt the grease down and fry up the skin which is cut into small pieces. We already have some goose liver cooked up, add extra grease to keep it soft in the fridge. I love it, can't find goose grease and raw skin for sale in normal grocery stores in the US. really nice spread on toast with a raw red onion with either tea in the morning or wine at night. The skin is so tasty when it just cools from frying, have to eat bread with these rich foods or you could get a stomach ache. We put sea salt on the goose liver and grease before eating. Sometimes we use the goose fat for frying, that is extremely sinful but so worth it.