A step-by-step guide for making chicken stock, a staple in any non-vegetarian kitchen. Chicken stock is used as the base for many soups and sauces, as well as adding flavour and richness to risottos, stews and pasta dishes.
Never underestimate the power of a perfect roast chicken. An example of the beauty of simplicity, roast chicken has the power to comfort, satisfy and impress.
Learning how to joint a whole chicken is an invaluable skill. It takes more than one go at cutting up a chicken to become an expert. However, once you've got the hang of it, you can cut up a chicken in very little time and with ease.
Removing the bone from a chicken thigh is more than just a quick and easy process: it is an excellent way to cut down actual cooking time, and to save money.
Chicken breast fillets are the most expensive cut of chicken in the supermarket. By learning to debone your own chicken breasts, you'll be saving money without a lot of effort.
Find easy-to-understand answers to some frequently asked questions regarding preparing and cooking chicken.
Chicken is far and away the nation's favourite bird. Learn how to handle, store, freeze and prepare chicken so that you and your family can safely enjoy this supper staple.
Learn how to joint a raw chicken in just five easy steps. Buying a whole chicken and jointing it yourself means you'll save money and waste less. You'll also save time - use some parts straightaway, and freeze others for later.
Wondering how to make your own chicken stock? Watch this video to learn how in five easy steps.
Learn how to joint a whole chicken to save money and waste less. Whole chickens are cheaper than buying ready-prepared pieces, and you'll also be able to use various parts to make homemade chicken stock.