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  1. Man held over theft of frozen chickens

    Posted Dec 03rd 2007, 12:00am by Martin Wong

    ... Martin Wong A man was arrested in Yuen Long early yesterday on suspicion of stealing frozen chickens and chicken and duck feet worth about HK$1,600. Officers spotted a 29-year-old man at about 4am loading four boxes of frozen chicken placed outside a food stall into his van. He initially claimed he had picked up the goods by mistake but eventually admitted he planned to resell ...

  2. Shoppers shun chicken, diners offered duck

    Posted Feb 01st 2004, 12:00am by Mark O'Neill

    ... Mark O'Neill Hengmian township, Shanghai Chicken breasts, wings and feet were still being sold yesterday at a township food market in eastern Shanghai despite the seizure of all live poultry by officials on Friday. While it was business as usual, many people were unwilling to buy poultry. One vendor, Mrs Wang insisted her chickens were safe. At the Taste of Chicken restaurant ...

  3. A bird in the hand

    Posted Nov 21st 2010, 12:00am by Susan Jung

    ... Remove the neck, feet and wing tips from the chicken (keep them in a freezer bag to make stock). Cut off the legs where the thigh meets the carcass, then joint each one into a thigh ... Susan Jung I've yet to meet a meat eater who would say no to fried chicken. What's not to like? Made well, it has crisp skin and moist, well-seasoned meat. Even cold, leftover ...

  4. Stock options

    Posted Feb 27th 2011, 12:00am by Susan Jung

    ... Susan Jung A chef friend chided me a while ago when I called for canned chicken stock in a recipe column. He pointed out that home-made chicken stock isn't difficult or expensive ... smell and taste. Home-made chicken stock, on the other hand, smells mouthwatering as it's cooking and a good one can be made in 45 minutes or less, if using the carcass from a roast chicken ...

  5. Chicken licence buyout will still fall short

    Posted Sep 18th 2008, 12:00am by Staff Reporter

    ... Loretta Fong An estimated 79 per cent of the city's live-chicken retailers have agreed to surrender their licences under the government's buyout scheme, the deadline for which ... The deadline was extended by two months on July 25. The buyout scheme is the first step in a HK$1.23 billion plan to buy back all chicken-trade licences. Fifty-two poultry farmers, 71 wholesalers ...

  6. The thighs have it: why dark meat is flavour of the month

    Posted May 29th 2012, 12:00am

    ... Jeanette Wang jeanette.wang@scmp.com When it comes to chicken, chefs agree it's better on the dark side. Dark meat- the chicken thigh and drumstick- is lower in price and higher in flavour. Because it's a tad fattier than chicken breasts, it's more forgiving of overcooking and doesn't dry out as easily. 'I'm going to be the one to say what nearly ...

  7. Deadlock over resuming chicken sales

    Posted Mar 18th 2004, 12:00am by Staff Reporter

    ... to break a deadlock on resuming live chicken sales despite some wholesalers agreeing to transport birds to retail outlets. Wholesalers will remain on strike and have refused to co-operate after ... with the wholesalers again but no progress has been made,' he said after the meeting. A scheduled attempt to resume chicken sales failed early yesterday morning after transport workers were blocked from ...

  8. Truc

    Posted Nov 06th 2011, 12:00am

    ... Susan Jung The other day I was shopping for ingredients for a dinner party. The supermarket had sold out of the chilled local chickens I usually buy, so I bought two imported from the United States that had been frozen then thawed. When I started cut- ting up the chickens, I realised the ana- tomy was different. Of course, each had two legs, two wings, two breasts and a back ...

  9. Lost in the supermarket

    Posted Sep 04th 2011, 12:00am

    ... is no help when it comes to the ethics of food. Looking at the chilled meats, I am presented with chicken breasts tenderly reared in a Guangdong factory, flash frozen and priced at a reasonable HK$35. You cannot argue with HK$35, but knowing how the bird suffered, well, I don't need the karma. The alternative is an organic chicken raised on an Oregon farm, retailing at HK$135. ...

  10. 'I cooked it myself, so it is surely all right'

    Posted Jun 13th 2008, 12:00am by Austin Chiu

    ... Austin Chiu An Ap Lei Chau woman who bought and ate a chicken from the tainted market there on Wednesday said she counted herself 'very lucky' to have eaten a full pot of chicken soup before the cull. The 55-year-old housewife, who gave her name as Ms Lai, said she was 'totally at ease' after eating the chicken, as she believed that fully cooked birds posed ...




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