Anne (netmouse) wrote,
Anne
netmouse

MMmmm, Chicken

I bought a whole roasted chicken and ate some of it for my dinner tonight (with green beans and cucumber as sides). I simply adore roasted chicken. One of my favorite things about having a roast to myself is that I get both oysters. When I was a kid we had to share those, as in my family they are considered the choicest part of the bird.

Poll #962769 mmm, Chicken

What's your favorite part of a chicken to eat?

Leg
1(2.9%)
Thigh
3(8.6%)
Breast
14(40.0%)
Back
0(0.0%)
Oyster
2(5.7%)
Wing
1(2.9%)
Neck
0(0.0%)
Parts is parts; I like it all
0(0.0%)
I eat bonless chicken breasts or compressed chicken in fast food restaurants and had forgotten it had parts, really
2(5.7%)
I don't like to eat chicken
1(2.9%)
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