I don't mean while were they're alive and bach-bach-baching around a farm. I mean after they're dead and in my grocery store. BOGO is best but .$99/lb isn't too bad either.
So what did I do with my BOGO chickens?
I made more stock. Nothing terribly exciting or different there. I will add this one word of caution--make your stock when the garbage gets picked up no more than two days later. It gets noxious and noisome rapidly.
So that took care of one bird. What did I do with the other?
I ROASTED it! And it was really good, if I do say so myself. And I do.
How did I roast it, you'd like to know? I followed Thomas Keller's recipe exactly! I even learned how to truss a chicken with this video.
I admit, I had to watch parts of the video three, even four times. But int he end it was easy peasy and the bird was delicious!
That's all from me.