I so need this right now….
I did not know this.
Whoops, when I was in high school I was taught that ‘Pause’ here (with the fork and knife switched) was ‘Finished.’ Hmph.
not many people follow this…. at least not of what I’ve seen. Maybe really, really high class places…. hmmmm
My dad taught me this when I was younger but he never taught my brother. Then on a family trip last year, he said that my brother had no manners because he didn’t know this. -.-
I and lots of others I know know this and I am not from a very high class area :)
HOW TO CUT A WHOLE CHICKEN INTO PARTS
Cutting up a whole chicken is a handy technique to learn, especially if you’re making no-holds-barred recipes like hearty chicken noodle soup from scratch or homemade fried chicken. Here are the basic steps—there are more visual details if you follow along with our how-to video.
- With cleaver or chef’s knife, cut through skin around leg where it attaches to breast.
- Using both hands, pop leg joint out of its socket.
- Cut through flesh, skin, and cartilage to detach leg from body.
- Bend wing out from breast and use boning knife to cut through joint. Repeat with other wing.
- Using kitchen shears, cut along either side of backbone to remove it from chicken.
- Using chef’s knife, firmly cut down center of breastbone to split breast in half.
I need one of these in my house. ..
Fall is in the air, pots are on the stoves and the apple harvest and game birds are in full swing. There is some good eating on the horizon! Winter is coming!
Apple Pecan Pie Cronuts w/Apple Cider Caramel Drizzle | Half Baked Harvest
Visited one of the most emblematic #rawcommunity and #cookitraw spots ever. Thank you so much Magnus.