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(CNN)   CNN going after the hard-hitting news of today: A brief history of cock washing (SFW)   (eatocracy.cnn.com) divider line 8
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2013-09-11 11:01:37 AM  
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I guess when it's the anniversary of the day you tossed responsible journalism in the toilet and began the long slow spiral down to what CNN is today, you would have to run with a story like the one about the chicken you have been farking.
At lease it's a clean chicken.
2013-09-11 10:37:03 AM  
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It's a fact that a clean cock is a happy cock.
2013-09-11 04:22:50 PM  
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Kanemano: vudukungfu: I guess when it's the anniversary of the day you tossed responsible journalism in the toilet and began the long slow spiral down to what CNN is today, you would have to run with a story like the one about the chicken you have been farking.
At lease it's a clean chicken.

You rent the chicken you have been farking?


If it floats flys or farks rent it

/good advice is good
2013-09-11 11:22:12 AM  
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I wash chicken to rinse out the juices that have accumulated in the cavity.  Otherwise, the proteins coagulate during cooking and form grey sludge that spills out of the cavity and onto the platter when I carve it.  Not pretty.  I rinse the cavity under cold water, place the chicken on a clean plate, wash the sink, then dry the chicken with paper (inside and out), place the paper on the plate under the chicken while I season it, place the chicken in the roasting pan, throw out the paper, wash the plate and wash the sink again.  All seasonings are measured ahead of time, and I never touch anything else after touching poultry, until I've washed my hands in hot, soapy water.

I think I'm pretty safe from cross-contamination.
2013-09-11 10:56:33 AM  
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2013-09-11 10:54:46 AM  
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abhorrent1: A chicken is not a cock.


It's possible that it's not, but it could be. It depends on if it is a male or not. Which begs the question, why do guys refer to their penis by calling it a chicken?
2013-09-11 10:37:45 AM  
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What about cork soaking?

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2013-09-11 10:36:28 AM  
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Who washes raw meat before you cook it?  Isn't cooking's purpose is to kill bacteria and microbes in the food?
 
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