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Cutting up a Whole Chicken

I often just take the easy route of roasting (or crock-potting) a whole bird and just cutting or pulling the meat off once it’s cooked.  Once in a while though I want to make a recipe that calls for cut up pieces.  Here’s a great resource for learning how to:

Cutting Up a Chicken  Melissa Clark from the NY Times shows how to cut up a whole chicken.

Turkey Brine Recipe & Tips

So, you’ve gotten your pasture-raised turkey… now what? 24-36 hours ahead of cooking your turkey get it into a brine. Brining is one of the ways to ensure that this will be the best turkey ever! There are a lot of brine recipes, choose one that appeals most to you. Below is a simple brine… Continue Reading

Who’s growing your holiday turkey(s)?

Thanksgiving Turkeys – 2017 Edition Here’s what I said last fall: Every fall at about this time, our CSA members and farmers market customers ask us about holiday turkeys. We HAVE grown turkeys for the holidays in the past, but due to a amount finite brooder space (where to put turkeys when we have a… Continue Reading