Airline Chicken Breast, Pastured (BULK 5 LBS)

Airline Chicken Breast, Pastured (BULK 5 LBS)

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According to Serious Eats, "An airline chicken breast, also known as a Statler chicken breast or a chicken suprême, is a chicken breast with the first joint of the wing still attached. If I'm serving a whole chicken breast, I prefer airline breasts over regular boneless breasts, both for the presentation factor (that bone sticking out just looks so cool), and for the juicier meat it produces. Bones don't actually add flavor to meat, but they can moderate heat flow within the cooking breast, ensuring that the fattest part of the breast cooks more gently and evenly.

An airline chicken breast should work in any basic pan-seared chicken breast recipe. You just need to add a little bit of extra time to account for the extra mass when cooking it.An airline chicken breast, also known as a Statler chicken breast or a chicken suprême, is a chicken breast with the first joint of the wing still attached. If I'm serving a whole chicken breast, I prefer airline breasts over regular boneless breasts, both for the presentation factor (that bone sticking out just looks so cool), and for the juicier meat it produces. Bones don't actually add flavor to meat, but they can moderate heat flow within the cooking breast, ensuring that the fattest part of the breast cooks more gently and evenly." (Source: https://www.seriouseats.com/ai...)

Lavern and Linda Miller began raising chickens on their own farm in 2013. Located in the ideal farming community of McBain, Double L Farm encompasses the Miller’s Amish values throughout its entire operation.

The Millers are dedicated to free range, barnyard access, and 100% GMO free feeding practices. They raise and process their White Mountain Cross variety without preservatives, hormones or additives. The Millers also practice humane treatment by keeping the chickens’ beaks intact, and giving them more attention and space than a commercial poultry farm ever could.

Just down the road at an MDA-approved small production facility, their chickens are processed and prepared for market with the same attention to these values. The direct results of these practices, plus plenty of fresh air and sunlight: distinctly better flavor and texture than commercially raised chickens.