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Extra Crispy Spicy Fried Chicken

Crispy is good too!
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so where is the recipe
where is the recipe
looks so good
now this is the kind of food i love! CHICKEN!! haha looking at it you can already feel the crispiness!!
yummy! chicken food porn! ^^
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