Anyway, we had an awesome grill-out behind our apartment. Samuel made pretzel buns, my baked beans finally turned out for once, and I even made some patriotic brownies at the last minute.
We had friends from Pakistan, Afghanistan, Finland, Denmark, Germany, and of course a few from the USA, so we learned that even though America is the greatest country ever, there are also pretty cool things about other countries and cultures too. For example, if you have guests from Pakistan or Afghanistan over for a party, don't be surprised if they bring fancy chocolate and wine or a huge orchid for you when they come (YES!).
Anyway, I hope we didn't freak everybody out too much by singing patriotic songs at the top of our lungs while getting way too excited about playing with sparklers. I was just pumped that I actually found them here. They're called Wunderkerzen, which literally means miracle candles. It's almost as good as sloths translating to lazy animals (Faultiere). Sometimes I truly think that there was a cave man involved when the German language was being invented.
Anyway, about this chicken. This is for those days when you're too lazy to make dinner, but you're also too lazy to even get off the couch to go out to dinner. You can either starve or you can make this chicken.
By the way, don't be confused that I made all of this in my cast iron skillet when I tell you in the recipe not to overcrowd your pan. This is very important unless you enjoy soggy chicken and veggies that never brown or get crispy at all. I actually baked this on a big, ugly baking sheet. Then I transferred it to my cast iron for the pictures. You can cook this in a cast iron skillet if you prefer, but you'll have to cut down the recipe so you only have one, non-squished layer of chicken and vegetables on the bottom of the pan.
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