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Chicken-tendering, Zenchilada-style

I invite you all to take a minute and check out the most recent edition of online food magazine “Zenchilada.” I was approached by editor Ronni Lundy several months ago about contributing to both their Fall 2010 and Winter ’10-11 issues. You can find the fall edition, entirely devoted to all things chicken, here. My article begins on page 32, with a bio listed on page 161.


The magazine (for which I’ve posted the July 2010 cover above; couldn’t find the most recent cover available in jpg form to save my life) is gorgeously and thoughtfully curated. Those new to keeping chickens will find just as much valuable information here as those who’ve been dyed-in-the-feathers for some time. There are also recipes and anecdotes aplenty. Enjoy!

*Image from here.

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