Warning: include(): http:// wrapper is disabled in the server configuration by allow_url_include=0 in /home/twoway/public_html/digest/digest/nf0399/nf031599.html on line 32

Warning: include(http://globalgourmet.com/includes/banner468.html): failed to open stream: no suitable wrapper could be found in /home/twoway/public_html/digest/digest/nf0399/nf031599.html on line 32

Warning: include(): Failed opening 'http://globalgourmet.com/includes/banner468.html' for inclusion (include_path='.:/usr/lib/php:/usr/local/lib/php') in /home/twoway/public_html/digest/digest/nf0399/nf031599.html on line 32

 

 

 

Eatchicken.com


http://www.eatchicken.com
 

Review by Debbie Mazo

 

Nothing beats chicken when it comes to preparing a quick and easy meal. Not only is chicken a healthy choice, it's also a great value at an estimated cost of less than $1.00 per pound on a whole bird basis. For the ultimate chicken recipe database and more, step over to Eatchicken.com where you'll find a wealth of information on cooking chicken, kitchen safety, and proper handling techniques.

Hosted by the National Chicken Council, this stylish site in the theme of an old-fashioned diner has more chicken recipes than you'll ever need. Have a seat and you can explore all the selections on the menu from featured recipes like Southeast Asian Chicken Loaf to all-time favorites like Sesame Chicken Fingers with Two Dipping Sauces.

www.eatchicken.com Want more choices? Then, click on Hot Recipes and search the recipe database. Fill in a keyword or an ingredient, then choose a chicken part, cuisine type, or preparation method and you'll find a suggestion for dinner in no time. With hundred of recipes at your fingertips, this is the website chicken lovers have been waiting for.

Like all meats, chicken is perishable and should be handled with care. In the Kitchen has all the guidelines you'll need to know for the proper handling and cooking of chicken. For example, thaw chicken in the refrigerator—not on the countertop—or in cold water. Remember, also, to never leave cooked chicken at room temperature for more than two hours. If not eaten immediately, cooked chicken should be kept either hot or refrigerated.

At Eatchicken.com, you'll gain a sense of the numerous possibilities when cooking chicken. It's healthy, tasty, and friendly on any poultry lover's budget.

 

About the Writer

Debbie Mazo is a writer and editor based in Vancouver, Canada. She currently specializes in technical and marketing materials, but is also pursuing opportunities in food journalism.

 
 

 

Current Digest

1999 Reviews

March 1999
www.fromages.com
A Boke of Gode Cookery

February 1999
Chopstix New Year Page
Dim Sum Shrine
and Take-Out Joint

Godiva Online
Bread Machine Digest

January 1999
Non-Dairy
Indian Food Guide
Greek Olive Oil
Light Living

 

Archive of Reviews  

1998 Reviews

1997 Reviews

1996 Reviews

 
 

Current NetFood Digest | NetFood Directory
globalgourmet.com | Contact Us

Copyright ©1999 The electronic Gourmet Guide Inc.