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The worst dead parts I ever had was ...

Some history, about 25 years back Indian restaurants charged extra for chicken off the bone (they all use breast now which is why they don't taste as good). Being poor(er) and prefering the flavour I ordered a chicken madras from a local restaurant of less than honourable mention.

It was not very nice and if I ever meet a chicken with bone structure like that "fowl" I think we would be in serious trouble.


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