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Pook's Hollow
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DH was working outside this afternoon, and somehow managed to drop a pallet on one of the young cockerels. He was all upset - I told him that if he has to kill one of them, I'd rather it wasn't a pullet!

It's on the BBQ now - I'll let you know how it tastes. :p
 

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I've heard of pressed duck, but pressed cockerel? LOL
 

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At least it shoud be tender...
BWAHAHAHA! Free-range (and I do mean free-range) cockerel? These are mini-velociraptors running around! :p

Methinks before we butcher the rest, I'll pen them up for a week or two and feed 'em up.

The flavour was good, though. :rolleyes:
 
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