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Lovely citrusy goodness right there! And, no - you can't tell from the photo that there is curdled anything - I just see saucy, cheesy goodness! Love the pasta shapes and the crunchy goodness of the pine nuts!

Lea - the pinenuts really did made a difference! I'll be cooking chicken this way again as it would be great on a spinach salad!

I love lemon chicken, gosh and you put it on pasta. Even with a little sauce separation how could you not love it. T and I are talking about moving the BBQ down to the garage so it won't rust so quickly.

I suspect the salt air will make quick work of the "beast" too. I used our little red gas Coleman grill for the chicken and it was so quick. May not have the same flavor as Big Guy's charcoal but I really like the convenience.

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