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      Chicken it was for supper

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      That doesn't look very good. Bring it over to my place and I'll discard it for you. No thanks will be necessary.

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      nothin better than yard bird on the grill...

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      speaking of yard birds/chickens how do raised chickens taste assuming normal feeding and free range for 1-2 hours every morning and prolly 3-4 every evening. are egg layers butcher worthy at say 2-3 years old??

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      were new to the chicken game but crickets, worms shit anything they can get they fight over.

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      yupper they'll eat just fine if you can look em in the eye when lopping off they're head

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      Free range chicken is wonderful. If they can work for their food so much the better. Not a bug is safe, Hell some of KDM killer chickens might keep the coons and skunks away.

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      Quote Originally Posted by snow View Post
      yupper they'll eat just fine if you can look em in the eye when lopping off they're head
      I don't envision that being a problem

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      Looks yummyyy! I tried something called chicken provenηal last month in France. Forget every chicken dish you have tasted because this is something from heaven! It's great with fresh rosemary and dried thyme. I'm looking forward to try to cook it for my wife when I get back home. It will be such a great surprise for her because I never cook and she loves everything about France. Her biggest dream is to buy a villa on the French Riviera one day and move there after we both get retired. Now after trying french cuisine I must admit that she has a point

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      Nice!! But don’t know if I want to go to France to try it.
      Just pulled these out of the smoker

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      And crisping them up on the grill

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      My grandmother used to calling older hens "roasting hens." Usually cooked, or roasted them like a turkey. Also made homemade chicken/noodle soup with them. No French ingredients in them at all. Just good old home-cooking

      Now as I age I do agree that the proper spices, as well as some smoke, can add a ton of flavor to most meats. For sure big old hens are edible as well as the roosters. A word of caution, you will find a different flavor to free-range chickens and it will ge very good. Another difference you will find is the amount of meat on those chickens. Used to butcher young of the year roosters every summer, more precisely, my mom did. The drumsticks of the wings were like the leg drumsticks of today's chickens.

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      Looks like a half of a hind quarter on some baby, midget beeves!

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