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Unread 08-23-2012, 11:31 AM   #1
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We have a competition this weekend and we are cooking whole chickens. Anyone have any ideas how to make a good box? Pics would be awesome.
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You're wanting to get a whole chicken into a 9" square box?
Cornish hens perhaps, but good luck on whole chickens. That'd be a good trick me thinks.
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You're wanting to get a whole chicken into a 9" square box?
Cornish hens perhaps, but good luck on whole chickens. That'd be a good trick me thinks.
No, we only need to cook it whole then carve it for turn-ins.
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There is an island off of Spain that breeds little chickens. I think shipping is pretty expensive but they would work. Just goggle "miniature chickens". No pictures because they are fairly elusive in the wild.
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We have a competition this weekend and we are cooking whole chickens. Anyone have any ideas how to make a good box? Pics would be awesome.

You can cut it up and brush it with Alliger's Nuclear sauce... lol. No, I don't think that would be a good idea after all. Just present your cuts neatly and so they appeal to the eye.
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Make sure you slice the breast meat into even slices, about 1/2" thick, fan them out a bit, and brush with glaze.
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You can cut it up and brush it with Alliger's Nuclear sauce... lol. No, I don't think that would be a good idea after all. Just present your cuts neatly and so they appeal to the eye.
lol... you are a local!!
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finally a pic! thanks.. i need ideas
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the original chicken in a box!
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As per my experience with chicken, it is best to cut it up before boxing it :)
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