"Most of the time when you buy a whole chicken, the packet of neck, gizzards, and chicken liver tucked in the cavity will leave you wondering what to do with them. Well, these are some of the best tasting parts. So collect and freeze one by one the necks and gizzards for a good chicken soup and the livers for this delicious and quick dish. Quickly sautéed chicken livers and slowly caramelized onions are such natural complements in taste and texture that they're always a welcome supper dish in our house The kids are a bit finicky about this dish but I prepare it when grandma, Giovanni, and I are at home. There's nothing fancy about my version—though I do embellish the onions with a sweet-and-sour finish of vinegar and golden raisins. Chicken livers need a bit of attention—thorough trimming and rinsing, and fast cooking in a small amount of oil—and they'll be crispy on the outside and tender on the inside." These are wonderful when served with broad noodles that have been prepared with parsely and touch of butter or olive oil and the necessary seasonings. This is a very basic and easy recipe.;) From Public Television Show 205: The Chicken and All Its Treasures.