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A Hugo Lloris Chicken Stew

Hi everyone! With winter approaching fast, I felt that it was time to bring out some gutsy food that families can enjoy.

I went out shopping today and brought a Cast Iron Casserole Pan. It's a little gem and I'm definitely using it a lot!

What I thought was to buy some chicken, rosemary and other ingredients and make a kind of chicken stew with a French twist? So I thought after having his skull caved in, Hugo Lloris gets another tribute!

Here is what you will need...

2 Chicken Thighs and Drumsticks
A handful of Cherry Tomatoes
3 Red Onions
A bay leaf
3 cloves of garlic
A small bottle of white wine
A few sprigs of Thyme
A knob of butter
3 rashers of Bacon, cut into chunks
Curly Parsley
One Leek

Start by frying off the Chicken Thighs and Drumsticks till are brown, then add the Streaky bacon fry off till golden too.

Take the Chicken and Bacon out and leave in a separate bowl. With a tissue mop up 3/4 of the fat in the pan, but leave the brown sticky bits at the bottom.

Throw in …