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hereHere in Sydney Australia it's always there, always. freshFresh chook(whole or thighs), charcoal chicken(bbq), kfcKFC(Kentucky fried chicken), whatever.
It's definitely not the oyster. I thought they might be testicles, but they would only beappear in roosters, not chickens. I also thought they might be a kind of bone marrow deposit/reservoir like what humans have in our hips(the putty like stuff they do bone grafts with when you badly break a bone). IMHO
IMHO, whatever it is, it's the best bit of the bird there is, YUM!!!

here in Sydney Australia it's always there, always. fresh chook(whole or thighs), charcoal chicken(bbq), kfc(Kentucky fried chicken), whatever. definitely not the oyster. I thought they might be testicles but they would only be in roosters, not chickens. also thought they might be a kind of bone marrow deposit/reservoir like what humans have in our hips(the putty like stuff they do bone grafts with when you badly break a bone). IMHO, whatever it is, it's the best bit of the bird there is, YUM!!!

Here in Sydney Australia it's always there, always. Fresh chook(whole or thighs), charcoal chicken(bbq), KFC(Kentucky fried chicken), whatever.
It's definitely not the oyster. I thought they might be testicles, but they would only appear in roosters, not chickens. I also thought they might be a kind of bone marrow deposit/reservoir like what humans have in our hips(the putty like stuff they do bone grafts with when you badly break a bone).
IMHO, whatever it is, it's the best bit of the bird there is, YUM!!!

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here in Sydney Australia it's always there, always. fresh chook(whole or thighs), charcoal chicken(bbq), kfc(Kentucky fried chicken), whatever. definitely not the oyster. I thought they might be testicles but they would only be in roosters, not chickens. also thought they might be a kind of bone marrow deposit/reservoir like what humans have in our hips(the putty like stuff they do bone grafts with when you badly break a bone). IMHO, whatever it is, it's the best bit of the bird there is, YUM!!!