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Scarface was the nickname of the early 20th century American organized crime boss, Al Capone. He was slashed in the face while working at a New York City nightclub. The injury left a scar that led to the nickname. Capone's parents immigrated from Italy, and it is said that he enjoyed eating Italian foods. The notoriety and name-recognition of Al Capone ...


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Commercial egg producers only keep hens for their peak producing years. After that, they are deemed to old and are "repurposed." Being older, their meat is tougher, so they typically are packaged for use in slow-cooking dishes such as simmered soups and stews. Thus, "stewing hens." Chickens bred for meat are typically younger, more tender, and can be male or ...


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What you're looking for is sometimes called a Heavy Hen. In the supermarket, it will look much like a large roasting chicken, however the bones are larger and the meat is much tougher than chickens sold as roasters, broilers, or fryers. Heavy hens aren't as common in supermarkets as are roasters, but if they have them, it should be labeled as a stewing ...


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Most of the other spices are difficult to impossible to detect. I've gotten as far as paprika, onion powder and rosemary for sure. I think there is parsley powder involved as well. There is another couple that I'm close to identifying, but no luck yet. I want to learn what to put together, too, because I love KFC but my body can't handle it, so I want to ...


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Some options: Prepare the biryani in an oven (used when making biryani with uncooked meat) in a really thick, covered oven pan, with no foiling at 200 degrees Celsius for around 30 mins. It won't stick to the bottom or get burnt. Keep a cast iron tawa underneath the pot the rice is in. Rice won't stick. Add some ghee at the bottom of the rice before ...


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There actually seems to be a difference between a chicken paw and a chicken foot. According to a 23-page publication from the University of Pennsylvania: Chicken Feet = feet and shank Chicken Paws = feet cut off at the ankle Though most of that publication is a study of the health conditions for breeding chickens, it does list a few of the types ...


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A "soup chicken" used to be called a "stewing chicken." This just means that it is an older, tougher bird that should be cooked using a slow-cooking or stewing method in order to soften up the meat. Stewing chicken tends to have more flavor than young chicken, so it is ideal for soups and stews (obviously), but also for dishes that include small pieces of ...


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Depends what you are doing with it. From time to time I buy raw stuffed frozen chicken breast. It specifies not thawing, not microwaving. Straight out of the freezer and into the (conventional) oven, cook until safe interior temperature reached (they include a time/temperature guide since the product is of a consistent weight/size which might not apply for a ...


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I usually just add salt and pepper to my skinless chicken and then heat my cast iron skillet until it's lightly smoking. Searing it on both sides gives me the crispy outside. It tastes close to fried chicken to me. :)



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