The Real Man's Cookbook


Not Everything Tastes Like Chicken

When questioned about how rattlesnake tastes, one often hears the word "chicken". I have never eaten rattle snake; so I cannot vouch for the voracity of this statement. I have, though, had the courage to taste a variety of other seldom eaten meats, and I must confess that I have never eaten anything I thought tasted quite like chicken. Chicken has a taste all its own and each part of the bird also has its subtle difference.

The breast has a different flavor than the leg or the thigh and the heart has a different texture than the wing. No wonder people say that everything from frog legs to iguanas taste like chicken - there are so many tastes in chicken to choose from. To get the full benefit of every part of a chicken try roasting a chicken whole. This is one of the easiest and, at the same time, most elegant ways to cook chicken. This recipe can also be used for almost any other fowl.

Chicken Recipes | Roast Chicken

Chicken:
You Are What You Eat
Taste of Chicken
-Roast Chicken
Using a Hammer
-Cordon Bleu
Meat Pies
-Chicken Pot Pie
Shake and Bake
-Oven Fried Chicken
Curry Favor
-Chicken Curry
All Dressed Up
-Chicken And Dressing
Centrifugal Entropy
-Chicken Teriyaki
Barley: The Forgotten Grain
-Chicken Barley
Barbecue Secret
-BBQ Chicken
Peace in Our Time
-Chicken Gorgonzolla
Hoi Polloi
-Chicken Ala King
Versatility
-Chicken and Dumplings

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