Good Eats: A Whole Chicken In A Can

April 30, 2009

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Hungry? Yeah, but are you whole chicken in a can hungry? That's right folks, Sweet Sue's Canned Whole Chicken (without giblets) is an entire cooked chicken in a can (a big one). Equally perfect for camping trips or throwing up everywhere! Hit the jump to see an uncanning in progress, which will leave you wondering why you've ever eaten anything else. Then go get one. You'll be doubled over on the bathroom floor with the runs quicker than you can say "I think I ate the asshole"! Bon Appétit!

Hit it for the uncanning. Really makes me want one.

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A Whole Chicken In A Can: YUMMO! [foodnetworkhumor]

Thanks to ash, who's holding out for turducken in a can.

  • Joshmo

    My mother used to keep a can in the cupboard just in case we were stuck for a dinner, or when we were camping. She used it to make delicious spaghetti with a chicken sauce. These chickens are presumably boiled or poached in the can, which should yield a moist and tender chicken ready for use in moist cooking. I have not tried this brand, because it is hard to find. Your obscene comments on it without even tasting it are disgusting. Canning preserves fresh food with all of its nutrients. All chickens produce jellied broth.

  • Hamish Eady

    hmm the chicken

    Spybubble Gratis

  • Guest

    Have at it Denise, looks like someone sneezed on the damn thing before they stuck it in the can.

  • These are delicious! Just refrigerate the can first, then open it and pour out contents. Rinse the chicken itself with some hot water over same pan that the gelatin dripped into. Then bake chicken for 10-15 minutes @ 450 degrees in oven to brown the skin. Simmer the gelatin/water gravy on stove and thicken it with corn starch. Then VIOLA! You have a great meal....

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