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Taiwan Cafe: chicken neck or chicken leg?

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Taiwan Cafe: chicken neck or chicken leg?

Hinman Guy | Apr 30, 2005 01:21 AM

Went to Taiwan Cafe tonight and saw a great-looking clay pot dish on the table next to us. I asked the waitress what it was and she said "chicken [garbled]" and pointed to the menu: "Chicken Leg with Three Essences in Clay Pot". Said it was chopped up, and served on the bone, and good.

Unclear what she said: neck? leg? Anyway, it sounded interesting so we ordered it.

When it was served, again it was unclear what the guy said when he placed in on our table...

It was tasty. But bony. Fun to gnaw on a bit, but the bone chips got in the way of really enjoying it.
And I still don't know what it was: it didn't look like leg, but then again it was quite chopped up, and I don't know what chicken neck would look like chopped up either. It seemed to be dark meat, so I was thinking leg. But the tiny bones suggested neck.

Anyone know?

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