To get the most out of cooking chicken, it's always best to cook a whole bird. Less wasteful, and guaranteed to be more flavorful than any one part, cooking a whole chicken will be sure to bring the family together for a great meal (or provide several meals for one for the whole week!). Roast whole stuffed with lemons and garlic cloves or traditional bread-based stuffing; spatchcock and bake for a quick but succulent dinner; brine for 24 hours and roast with some herb butter in the skin for a delicious, somewhat neutral base for many meals.
Distributed by Snowdance Farms, these heritage chickens are always air-chilled for quality and flavor, free-range, and grown locally on Pennsylvania family farms. Heritage breed chickens, unlike most commercially raised chickens, take a longer time to grow and mature, producing a healthier, tastier chicken normally only seen in high end restaurants. Plus, the air-chilling, since there is no chlorinated water bath, means you get a better textured, flavored, and quicker cooking chicken that is better for you and for the environment.