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Discussion in 'Bad Dog Cafe' started by Togman, Oct 30, 2020.
That's either a centipullet or a chickapede.
It's like they say, one man's meat is another man's sausage.
Crumpled Wiener Syndrome. Pretty severe, too. Being as they were vegetarian, might we speculate that they didn't have enough iron in their diet?
We have very confrontational chickens...
We do, but nobody knows what they taste like, we can't catch the little buggers.
Its easier to catch the boneless ones. Just sayin.
As he was with everything else in the world, Gary Larson was way ahead of us.
Those don't look circumcised.
Wild guineafowl like to stop by for visits.
How many legs do those have?
Would I be right in thinking that these cocks have two legs?
Popeyes spicy chicken (sandwich). If you haven’t tried it, check it out.
This parting out of chickens always leaves me wondering; What happened to the rest of the chicken? My wife buys huge packages of thighs. She likes to cook them on the barbecue. She fixes us enough for dinner, then fixes a bunch of them for Alex to have for dinner, and freezes the left overs for him to have later. Every time we have thighs for dinner, I wonder did the chicken donors die of some disease of the upper body? Were they victims of strangulation in transit? Did a train hit the truck, and all they could salvage were the thighs? They look normal enough in the package, but still....
Isn't that the place where they duke it out over the chicken sandwiches? Awwww naaaww I ain't fallin' for that!
Lots and lots of them. There was a fire in a CAFO near here 3 years ago - a million chickens were killed, but there were still 1.7 million left alive.
In Tennessee our drumsticks are maple .
They sell the upper parts to the rest of us: the breast lovers and their wing men.
I would have thought Bison wieners would be bigger.
We always saved the really big chickens for the end of November
I can tell you for damned sure, I feel a lot better when my wife buys the breasts and wings than when she buys those middle things. I feel the best about it though when I see a WHOLE chicken arrive at the house and you don't have to wonder if part of it went to medical research.