There’s fresh food, and then there’s this. A video posted to Facebook on July 9th shows what appears a “zombie chicken” appearing to crawl off a plate at an unknown restaurant. The video has over 14 million views. You can hear some people screaming in the background of the unconfirmed video as the meat appears to crawl off the plate and land on the floor.
No more sad chicken on the Fourth of July grill! No more!
If I show up at a barbecue and don’t trust the chef, I steer clear of any chicken I see—more often than not it’s going to be mediocre. But grilled chicken doesn’t have to be stringy and flavorless—use the right technique and it’ll be perfectly juicy and still have shatteringly crispy skin. And, of course, it will taste great. To show you how it’s done, we’ve rounded up 22 of our favorite grilled chicken recipes, from a simple spatchcocked bird and Thai-style satay to homemade chicken sausages with roasted garlic and feta. Need more chicken grilling inspiration? Check out the rest of our favorite grilled chicken recipes for whole birds, wings, skewers and more. Continue at Source: 22 Grilled Chicken Recipes to Devour This July 4th
Poached chicken breasts are either offensively bad or transcendently good—and, sadly, the scale tips drastically in favor of the former. But that’s just because most people don’t know how to poach chicken breasts properly. From this point forward, you will not be one of those people. You will poach chicken perfectly, leaving dry, chewy poached chicken in the rear view mirror.
As barbecue season approaches, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention are reminding people not to wash raw chicken because it could lead to food poisoning.
The agency sent out a reminder on its Twitter account last week about the dangers of washing raw chicken.
The CDC states that if you wash raw chicken, juices can spread in the kitchen and contaminate other food, utensils and countertops. Those juices can potentially contain Salmonella, Campylobacter bacteria, and Clostridium perfringens bacteria.
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Today marks 2 years since my father passed away. I wanted to honor him in his very favorite way: with home cooked Italian food.Source: EASY CHICKEN SALTIMBOCCA