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Gauxt
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Can't find a hen for my gumbo

3 stores, zero hens. Whats up with that


Wolfmanjack
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Your uncle joe did that


Obtuse1
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They are trying to tell you that you actually want a coq.


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Spankum
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Just get some fryer leg quarters and be done with the shite. There is no way I would go to three stores looking for a chicken that was tougher.


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Brandon's America


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LSUZombie
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Just get some fryer leg quarters and be done with the shite. There is no way I would go to three stores looking for a chicken that was tougher.


This. Get a pack of thighs and call it a day


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Just eat bugs baw.


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Darth_Vader
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quote:

Your uncle joe did that


Welcome to Brandon’s America.



BregmansWheelbarrow
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Maybe you should have asked for a whole chicken.


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bushwacker
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I usually get boneless skinless thighs for my gumbo.
What is better about using a hen? I thought hens were tougher old chickens.


Cosmo
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Buy a 4.99 cooked rotisserie chicken


RedDirtPoke
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Same problem here in Virginia this weekend. Agree with Cosmo, just grabbed a rotisserie bird.
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JodyPlauche
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Use boneless skinless thighs


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Gauxt
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I usually get boneless skinless thighs for my gumbo.
What is better about using a hen? I thought hens were tougher old chickens.
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That's what I got but I find a hen makes a more flavorful gumbo.


Spankum
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What is better about using a hen? I thought hens were tougher old chickens.


That’s exactly right….in fairness though, a hen has got more fat on it and fat equals flavor in a gumbo.


domesticengineer
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What?!?! Bones = flavor people! Gumbo/gravy101


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BHM
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Old hens are great for a brown gravy.


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kciDAtaE
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H-E-B has them. On left edge of meat market


Gauxt
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H-E-B has them. On left edge of meat market
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Where is this HEB KC


kciDAtaE
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Shepard and 24th st. In the Heights


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