Maple Dijon Roasted Chicken Thighs

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If I were an eloquent guy, everything would be so much easier. But I am not.

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Indeed, I remember my student years, and I was rather good. Or my first job as a museum worker. Oh my goodness, most of time I did enjoy communicating with the visitors and providing them tours. When enthusiastic, I can be an eloquent boy!

But unfortunately, I’ve got more negative rather than positive examples. A very terrifying and petrifying thing to me is to congratulate a person on any event. I am not talking about people you barely know – in this case, it’s totally fine to say: “Congrats!” But if it’s a person you’ve got good relationships with, I will likely be in troubles

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Sure, I may prepare my speech, but I can easily end up with nonsense. All of a sudden I may decide that I have a hilarious joke to share with people. Needless to say, that is usually awkward and pathetic. And indeed, speech? What kind of things you can say to a person?!

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I am so lucky we had just some formal vows on our wedding ceremony. If I had needed to say a vow, I would have definitely screwed it up.

Speeches? Hello, Ben – you can not sign a nice postcard either!

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Being an ESL speaker, sometimes, when I know I’m going to see new people or have important issues to discuss, I prepare myself on how would I start my conversation, what would I ask, what kind of questions I could anticipate, and so on. You know, it helps to be coherent and eloquent. 99% I’m totally satisfied with that scenario. It’s just impeccable. The only one thing is that it’s happening in my head.

Well, do you think I’m as good in the real situation? Maybe (1%). 99% is a malarkey.

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Yup, I wish I were an eloquent guy. In this case, I would be able to introduce these Maple Dijon Roasted Chicken Thighs in a fantastic way. But I don’t get a Ciceronian language. So the best thing I could say that they are super moist and succulent, and super delicious. Besides, they have a fabulous maple and Dijon flavors.

Boring description. Agree. But would you say about them?

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In fact, Dijon mustard and maple syrup really are good friends. So If you haven’t tried this combo yet, it’s time, my friends. You may think they look a bit fat, but they don’t. It’s kind of sticky sauce. But you can always take the skins off (who would ever do that, though haha?). And sure the bacon is optional – I just thought I would be a nice addition to balance out the sweet flavors.

To finish this pathetic post up, I should remind you November, 14 is a National Chicken Day. Thus, these Maple Dijon Roasted Chicken Thighs is a good way to celebrate such a significant event.

And what about you, folks? Are you eloquent people? Have you ever screwed your speech?

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14 thoughts on “Maple Dijon Roasted Chicken Thighs

  1. David Dial (@SpicedBlog) says:

    I’m with Jeff here, Ben…just be yourself and nothing else matters! In fact, one of my favorite Dr Seuss quotes is: “Be who you are and say what you feel, because those who mind don’t matter and those who matter don’t mind.” So preach on about this Maple Dijon Chicken, my friend! Oh, and it actually looks delicious…I agree that maple + dijon are friends. I think I made a maple vinaigrette one time using both of these. And I think I recall it being quite tasty. Now I need to make this chicken!
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  2. Jeff the Chef says:

    I sympathize with you, Ben. If I had to write (let alone publish) in a second language … well, I probably wouldn’t have the wherewithal to do it. But I enjoy reading your blog precicely because you aren’t a native English speaker (and because of your broccoli mash!). You have a unique voice! I find it refreshing and charming! There are loads of people who write eloquently, but not very many people who are fun to read :-) Just be yourself.
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