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    Dirty Birds

    Because, why not?

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    Second bird was my favorite.
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    You have a favorite bird? lol
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    Cool. Sharp knife. As a novice home cook, what do you use the cuts of chicken for?

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    Nice idea of the glove for grip, what is the material?
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    Quote Originally Posted by erickso1 View Post
    Cool. Sharp knife. As a novice home cook, what do you use the cuts of chicken for?
    I stuff the breast with an Italian sausage stuffing. The legs become staff meal any old way we want them and the wings are for Scooby Snacks.
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    Nice idea of the glove for grip, what is the material?
    Nitrile.
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    Nice work, especially going around the oysters at that speed! What knife is that? Don't laugh, but I usually use a Shun petty for chicken and it is... less than ideal. Not that I'd be that quick, anyway.

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    Quote Originally Posted by erickso1 View Post
    Cool. Sharp knife. As a novice home cook, what do you use the cuts of chicken for?
    This is a standard breakdown that you should learn.

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    Quote Originally Posted by EdipisReks View Post
    Nice work, especially going around the oysters at that speed! What knife is that? Don't laugh, but I usually use a Shun petty for chicken and it is... less than ideal. Not that I'd be that quick, anyway.
    Thanks! I just slice behind it and pull it the rest of the way.

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    Cool.

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