Growing up, my preferred cooked chicken part was the drumstick. (Second choice was chopped up darker white meat.) Not only was it the most convenient to hold, but the most convenient to eat, too. I didn’t want to be bothered with cutting up my own meat off the breast or the thigh, and, in retrospect, … Continue reading
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