I practiced cutting up a chicken last night! It's really so easy. And I hope to convince you that it is too. With one 5 lb roaster, I used the breasts for dinner, gave the legs to the grandparents, saved the wings in the refrigerator still, and used the rest of it for a delicious stock -- just throw the body in your biggest pot, cover with water and simmer for a couple of hours or as long as you've got. If you have an onion or some carrots - -even better! I'm going to show you all of this at a party I'm hosting on December 3, so save the date! Pampered Chef expert Marion Paterson will show us how to roast a chicken in the microwave! (How's that for fast food). And we'll taste all of Maple View's latest products including our grass-fed beef and eggs. I hope you can join us. Look for your invite in your e-mail box. Meanwhile, I have FRESH roasters right now. You won't get anything like it at the grocery store.
A blog about farming and food. Kate Bogli owns and operates Maple View Farm, raising livestock and growing veggies, with her husband Jason. The farm has been in his family for 65 years.
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