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Cooking for a Delicious Life: A Lauren Groveman Kitchen Instructional Video Series

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Of Course, You Can! How to Cut Up a Chicken

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  1. […] (Cut up lots of carrots, celery, onions, cleaned and sliced leeks–and what you don’t use today, simply freeze in a doubled freezer bag.) I also add some whole cloves of garlic and a bushy bunch of Italian parsley–stems and leaves), whole black peppercorns along with some other chicken parts that I’ve always got stashed in the freezer. I usually keep a whole chicken or two frozen-as well as some boney wings, necks, backs, etc. (To see me cutting up a chicken in a way that will forever help you to replenish your supply of boney poultry pieces, click here.) […]

    Pingback by Wait! Before you throw away that turkey carcass! « Lauren Groveman: Strengthening Lives through Cooking and Life Coaching — November 29, 2011 @ 7:40 pm

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