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Best Store Bought Chicken Ever
Posted by Old fart on 01/27/2010
I found Crescent Foods brand Halal chicken at our local Walmart and decided to give it a try.

Halal chicken is raised and according to Islamic tradition to ensure
quality and taste and is raised by Amish farmers in Indiana.

The result is unbelievably tender, tasty meat.

We will probably never buy anything else from now on.

You can locate where to buy it on the internet site.

     
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Posted by old fart on 2010-01-27:
The e-mail address is comments@crescenthalal.com
Posted by clutzycook on 2010-01-27:
Islamic chicken raised by Amish farmers. Sounds like all you need is a priest a minister and a rabbi, LOL.
Posted by Ben There on 2010-01-27:
I have found that halal meats are often more tender.
Posted by Anonymous on 2010-01-27:
I'm cautious about buying meat at Walmart
Posted by old fart on 2010-01-27:
If anyone is interested, the site is www.crescentfoods.com
Posted by old fart on 2010-01-27:
Yaya... this stuff is top shelf good!
Posted by Anonymous on 2010-01-28:
Old fart, I can't reach the top shelf
Posted by old fart on 2010-01-28:
Figure of speech little Yaya... you have to reach DOWN into the meat case to retrieve it... it'll be alright!
Posted by Anonymous on 2010-01-28:
OF, if you were a munchkin u would be afraid of shelf’s also.
Posted by old fart on 2010-01-28:
Wally... Maybe she can't reach over the front of the meat case... that's about 3 feet tall...
Posted by Anonymous on 2010-01-28:

Great review OF and thanks for sparing us from your YT's and Googles for a while. (VH)
Got that scanner going yet?
I see that they also cater to the tastes of Arizonians (livers, gizzards, hearts and backs/keel) as well as the rest of the US of A. That's great!


CHICKEN PATTIES (8 - 4 OZ PATTIES PER BOX); FLAVORS:
Shami Kabob
Original
Cajun: What?!!
Gyros
Chili: Huh?!!!
BBQ: No way and no thanks!

http://www.crescenthalal.com/consumer_products_1.cfm

Posted by Anonymous on 2010-01-28:
Listen Mr ZZ Smartpants, I don't eat livers, gizzards, hearts, and backs/keel. Nobody in AZ eats that crap. We eat normal out here. You know, beef, chicken, etc. SO you can just keep making fun of us while you munch on your Rocky Mountain Oysters
Posted by Anonymous on 2010-01-28:
Hey!!!
To be truthful, boiled or fried Gizzards done correctly over rice with hot sauce is very tasty! My Dad was from Mississippi and knew how to "hook them up".
Posted by Anonymous on 2010-01-28:
I will take your word for it

*continues to eat my chicken and rice Lean Cuisine*
Posted by DebtorBasher on 2010-01-28:
Gotta agree with ZZ on this one too (What's IS this world coming to?)...Gizzards are tasty...I usually boil them...but I've heard the fried is really good. But you can keep the hearts, farts and liver!
Posted by old fart on 2010-01-28:
AAwww! floured fried chicken livers are the food of the gods and I wish chickens had more than one gizzard apiece... that's old country cookin'...

Missus OF just brought a whole Halal chicken home... we shall see!
Posted by Anonymous on 2010-01-28:
Chicken livers are awful and unhealthy but I have been known to eat beef liver a time or two the way OF suggests.

DB, the boiled variety is the best, huh?
Posted by old fart on 2010-01-28:
Chicken livers make a MAN out of you!
Posted by Anonymous on 2010-01-28:
A sick one! I remember when KFC sold both of them fried.
Posted by old fart on 2010-01-28:
I wish chickens had testicles, I'd bet they'd be tasty too...I think that's what Yaya meant by Rocky mountain oysters...
Posted by PepperElf on 2010-01-28:
Actually roosters DO have them, OF.
And apparently there's a recipe for making soup out of them

http://listverse.com/2009/10/06/top-10-most-bizarre-soups/
it's #7 on the list.

um... bon(e) appetit?
>:-)


and according to the website they are "are creamy on the inside and very soft, similar to tofu but with tight skin like a sausage"

doesn't that just give you a great mental image eh?
Posted by old fart on 2010-01-28:
I'm game..(pun intended)... it doesn't sound all that bad and ducks blood soup is an old country delicacy my Mom used to make.
It only used a tablespoon of duck's blood in broth...
Posted by PepperElf on 2010-01-28:
well blood is kinda normal for meat, unless you're eating Kosher

but i'm just wondering where the "creamy" part comes into play
O_o hah
Posted by old fart on 2010-01-28:
Duck's blood soup (chornina) is a polish delicacy.
Pierogi (polish sausage ) is good too...
Fliechgie (SP) (polish ham and home made noodles) is a feast for a king!

When my Mom made the noodles, she'd roll out the dough so that you could read a newspaper through it, cut the noodle strips out by hand and then cook them!
Posted by old fart on 2010-01-28:
I forgot that the ducks blood soup had to have a prune in the jar...
Posted by old fart on 2010-01-28:
I pity you young 'uns, you babies, you kids who never knew what REAL home cookin' was about!
Posted by Anonymous on 2010-01-28:
Pierogi is a potato/cheese/sauerkraut (each, or a combo) filled pasta.

Kielbasa is a polish sausage.

OH, and btw, OF, I cook from scratch all the time, just ask Ken.



Posted by old fart on 2010-01-28:
I stand corrected... you're right Miss M
Posted by Anonymous on 2010-01-28:
Now who is Polish around here?!? LOL!
Posted by old fart on 2010-01-28:
I bet you can't pronounce my real family name...
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