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 Roosters are ready for the pot

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Roosters are ready for the pot Sat, 08/10/13 10:01 AM (permalink)
Most people don't have the chance to cook Roosters now a days. Has any of the roadfood family cooked one???????????????????? Or have you had Rooster at any roadfood stops. We have about 25 chickens left over after selling about 25 Hens and a few Roosters. My son wants to put them on the rotisserie, I don't agree, I see this as a tough bird when finished. I'm going to make another Rooster, Coq au Vin, I figure this way we could try both, it may be a good chance to show him that stewing and slow cooking is better. The corn crop has been in for the last 10 days, I am trying to hook up all our meals with corn. I have to get my fill, nothing like fresh out of the field. If you have cooked a Rooster in the past let me know any tips you may have, or cooking methods you have tried that worked..............thx.............Bill 
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