Spatchcocking is a specific way of preparing the chicken so it can be flattened to cook quickly by grilling, roasting, or broiling, or over an open fire. Learn more about how to spatchcock and many other interesting spatchcocoking facts.
Whether roasted, fried or grilled, the Thanksgiving turkey is the star. Imagine your family sitting around the table staring at a burned bird. Before you bust out the basting brush, find out if you know what you're doing See more »
After all the time you spend defrosting, trussing, roasting and basting, it would be a shame to hack into your Thanksgiving turkey. There's an art to carving a turkey, but you may have to crack a few bones and pop some joints to get it done. See more »
Ever wonder why you should marinate chicken in buttermilk before frying? Find out why buttermilk should be used for fried chicken and other fried chicken tips. Read more and get chicken recipe ideas. See more »
There are so many chicken options in the grocery store, it's often difficult to decide what to buy. Learn guidelines for buying chicken, safe storage and handling, as well as delicious chicken recipes. See more »
Chicken is an economical and versatile meat that is used in most American meals. How much do you know about cooking chicken? Find common questions about cooking chicken, answers, and tips to help with your next chicken dinner. See more »
In worldwide poultry farming -- domestic birds raised for meat and eggs -- chickens, geese and ducks are the most prevalent types of birds, although in the U.S., turkeys are second only to chickens. Take this quiz for a bird's eye view of the poultry industry. See more »