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Cornish Game Hen

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Leftover Cornish game hen meat - any "Go To!" low carb casseroles?

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by CookingChemicalEngineer 1 year ago

Hi all - I made 10 Cornish game hens today and have about 3 pounds of leftover meat picked off the bones (half of which are in the instant pot becoming broth). I find myself in a carbolicious st...

Squab chickens - confused

mrshalf
by mrshalf 4 years ago

Hi, looking through Simple in prep for the COTM - pg 156 calls for a squab chicken. Did a bit o internet research - a squab is a pigeon but a squab chicken is supposedly just a young, small chic...

Defrosting the Cornish hens, now what??? Recipes? Tips?

ideabaker
by ideabaker 12 years ago

Hi all. Just going through my deep freezer and found Cornish hens that I bought on sale ($2.09/lb) about a month ago. Each one is about 1/2-3/4 of a pound. I just tossed the frozen birds into the f...

Quails vs cornish hens?

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by Wumanchild 17 years ago

Do quails taste similar to cornish hens/chickens? I stumbled upon having to prepare for a last-minute dinner party, and have no time to experiment. I have a crowd-pleaser-idiot-proof recipe for b...

Cornish Game Hen vs Older Regular Chicken - Do you have a preference?

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by fldhkybnva 7 years ago

It is my understanding that a Cornish Game Hen is just a younger, thus smaller chicken. Aside from perhaps a preference for smaller or more individual servings, is there any reason you prefer one ...

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