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karoline Jul 17, 2006 06:09 AM

My gentleman friend wants to try chicken kiev and has been having a dreadful time finding it. Any suggestions?

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    ptrichmondmike RE: karoline Jul 19, 2006 12:35 AM

    Lol...good luck finding Chicken Kiev outside the Midwest. It's pretty easy to find at restaurants in Chicago, for example -- but I've never seen it anywhere in California. Didn't it go out of style about 60 years ago?

    1. Robert Lauriston RE: karoline Jul 19, 2006 12:39 AM

      It's on the menu at Cinderella.

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        ptrichmondmike RE: Robert Lauriston Jul 19, 2006 12:54 AM

        I stand corrected...but where is Cinderella?

        I'm pleased to see that at least one cook doesn't fear butter-infused chicken.

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          Robert Lauriston RE: ptrichmondmike Jul 19, 2006 01:49 AM

          Balboa between 5th & 6th in SF.

          http://sanfrancisco.menupages.com/res...

      2. PBSF RE: karoline Jul 19, 2006 01:58 AM

        Or you can try Katia's, just down the block from Cinderella. I think they have a version made with ground chicken.

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          rootlesscosmo RE: PBSF Jul 19, 2006 11:49 PM

          I haven't had Katia's version but the classic Russian ground chicken dish is Kotlety Pozharsky; I think it has to be made with chicken breast to qualify as Kiev.

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          chocolatetartguy RE: karoline Jul 20, 2006 12:18 AM

          You might try the frozen food section at your favorite grocery store. Didn't Stouffers used to make something like that.

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            Peter Cherches RE: karoline Jul 20, 2006 01:41 AM

            You want to be careful with dishes like Chicken Kiev & Chicken Cordon Bleu (probably by avoiding them altogether). Many restaurants will heat up frozen ones. My late stepfather was in the prime meats business for the hotel & restaurant trade, and many of the same places that would buy quality meat would buy this kind of garbage for the suckers who wanted to order them.

            http://petercherches.blogspot.com

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