Lightly flour and season (S&P) chicken breast, add butter and olive oil to sauté pan, bring to temperature, sear and saute chicken breast. Slice eggplant in circles, season (S&P), let the eggplant rest for a few minutes to settle and sweat. Add olive oil to pan and saute eggplant until tender. Bring water to boil, add angel hair pasta and cook for 4 minutes. Drain and toss in butter and Parmesan.
Salt and pepper the chicken breast to your personal flavor profile. Be sure to use skinless chicken breast. (Note: Whole chicken may be substituted, removing the skin from the chicken and seasoning.) Place into slow cooker on low with 1 1-2 cups of 7UP. Place sliced onions on top of chicken breasts. Allow to cook for several hours, up to 8-10 hours for completion of work day. Remove chicken from slow cooker and shred with fork. Place shredded chicken into pan and add BBQ sauce and additional onions.
Results are in from the Dale's Seasoning Cook-Off on Studio 10. Usually our Studio 10 hosts face off in the kitchen, but this year we decided to mix it up a little. We convinced Fox 10 News personalities to face off in the kitchen instead! For the first time, the judges were truly deadlocked in this competition. In the end, we decided two of the competitors needed to win. Congratulations to our dual winners, Fox 10 News reporter Hal Scheurich and Fox 10 News anchor Lenise Ligon!
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