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    Seasonal Topic of the Month- Birds of a Feather

    Thu Dec 02, 2010 4:12 pm Groupie

    Birds of a feather!
    Poultry and wild birds have been used in cooking for thousands of years, either hunted or eventually domesticated.

    Have you ever stopped to think about how many types of birds are used in cooking these days. There is a wonderful choice from Turkeys, Goose, Chicken right through to Guinea Fowl, There are always new and exciting ways of cooking game birds too.

    You can cook on anything from the open fire, to roasting, casseroling, stewing, frying, and not forgetting the wonderful leftovers that poultry make

    be sure to come and check out the December TOTM as there is bound to be something that you will find to suit your individual needs and many ideas that you probably have not considered. so please join us… just click
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