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I like chicken but there's something about this process that makes me uncomfortable.

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John Kuvakas
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Wow...that's quite a production line.  What is it about it that makes you feel uncomfortable John?


   
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@jack-dodds, I can't help but wince when they place them on the skewer and the neck pops out. At least, I think it's the neck. 😱 

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@jack-dodds, I can't help but wince when they place them on the skewer and the neck pops out. At least, I think it's the neck. 😱 

LOL.  Not to worry, John.  Chickens don't have private parts. 

 

This is like one big Show Time Oven.  We have had one for years and LOVE it.  Seems like this method using fire would be more difficult to manage, but no doubt makes delicious chicken.  I'm really impressed with the cleanliness of the kitchen and the sanitation involved.

I also learned something that I can't wait to try.  I've always tied up the legs with string and the legs don't always stay put where I want them.  Cutting a hole in the skin and shoving the legs in the hole will solve that problem.

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@jack-dodds, I can't help but wince when they place them on the skewer and the neck pops out. At least, I think it's the neck. 😱 

 

This is like one big Show Time Oven.  We have had one for years and LOVE it.  

 

I bought the Wolfgang Puck version.....it made the best rotisserie chicken, but the machine itself began to self destruct on day one.....Looks like your Showtime version would o` been the (much) better choice


   
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I would like to know exactly what ingredients made up that stuffing.


   
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@jack-dodds, I can't help but wince when they place them on the skewer and the neck pops out. At least, I think it's the neck. 😱 

LOL.  Not to worry, John.  Chickens don't have private parts. 

 

This is like one big Show Time Oven.  We have had one for years and LOVE it.  Seems like this method using fire would be more difficult to manage, but no doubt makes delicious chicken.  I'm really impressed with the cleanliness of the kitchen and the sanitation involved.

I also learned something that I can't wait to try.  I've always tied up the legs with string and the legs don't always stay put where I want them.  Cutting a hole in the skin and shoving the legs in the hole will solve that problem.

Show time

I'm sorry Frank but I beg to differ.  We just had sweet and sour chicken balls last night from our local Chinese restaurant.


   
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@jack-dodds, SEE??!! Now we have who knows how many eunuch chickens running around! At least they were skewered until their guts came out the wrong end!

 

FREE THE CHICKENS!

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@jack-dodds, SEE??!! Now we have who knows how many eunuch chickens running around! At least they were skewered until their guts came out the wrong end!

 

FREE THE CHICKENS!

No one wants to see a chicken suffer losing their roosterhood.  From now on its only pork sweet & sour.....I'm taking a stand on this.....I'm woke.


   
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Something I failed to consider. Can a chicken lose its roosterhood?

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Something I failed to consider. Can a chicken lose its roosterhood?

Hang on....I'll COMB the veterinary manuals.  The whole concept seems nuts to me.  Off the top of my head I would say yes, a rooster could; especially if he was henpecked.  Consideration must be given to the avian biology at hand however;  in truth the rooster has two peckers....which improves his odds.  Follow the science, I say.


   
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@jack-dodds LOL!  Don't ask for the recipe.   And pay no attention to the shrieks that come from the kitchen.

 


   
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