The comment we hear most often from folks regarding purchasing our pasture raised chicken is “I don’t know how to cut up a whole chicken”. Roasting a whole chicken in the oven with potatoes, carrots, or other vegetables can be one of the easiest and quickest dinners you can make. If you don’t want to heat up your oven during the summer then put the chicken in the crockpot and come home to a delicious smelling house and a mouth watering meal. If you want to learn how to cut up a chicken there are several YouTube videos that take you step by step through the process or call me and I’ll be happy to set up a time for you to join me at the farm for a personal demonstration and practice session. The great thing about a cooking the chicken whole is that after you settle down for that first dinner you then have enough leftovers for chicken salad, chicken and noodles, chicken tortilla soup, etc. The possibilities are endless. Hope to see you at the farm Sat. July 20th or Sat. July 27th noon – 5:00 to stock your freezer with chicken. You can also contact me to set up a pickup or delivery time that works with your schedule.
*g* I must have watched my mom cut up hundreds of chickens while I was growing up. I want to start coming out to y’all’s place to get chickens and cook them and have them for my lunches and stuff. Do I need to call ahead?
We would love to supply you with chicken and get you out here to the farm for some of our fun events. Call to make sure we are home or I can make arrangements for you to pick up chicken and/or eggs in Norman and Frank at Suzy Lawrence’s house.