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There are 3 million chicken recipes on the internet. We're here to show you the good ones. Win, win.
Today: One chicken can go a long way -- an entire week of meals, to be exact.
It's not uncommon for my weekly grocery list to feature a smattering of protein odds and ends. With one ribeye here, one pork chop there, it can resemble a catalogue of butcher's cuts -- plus, it makes for an exhausting grocery run. But for the weeks when lazily perusing the meat section isn't an option, there's always chicken.
By using the thighs, wings, breasts, and even the carcass, you can turn one whole chicken into several dinners. This week, break down a chicken into the sum of its parts and help it realize its potential as a variety of satisfying chicken recipes.
Carcass and giblets:
Is there an undiscovered Food52 chicken recipe you love? Send us a paragraph or two at email@example.com about why you love it, and it could be next week's Winner, Winner, Chicken Dinner.
Video shot by Alex Lisowski and edited by Kyle Orosz.