Most Montrealers only eat meat once headless, tailless, with no feet and completely skinned. Some of my friends explained me the reason why they dislike to see the whole body of the chicken. They are not sure they would be able to eat it if they could see their eyes. They would feel guilty and think the chicken is accusing them.
As opposed to Montrealers, if there was a cooked chicken without a complete body, a Taiwanese would think that there is something missing because they always wish for everything to have a good start (the head) and a good end (the tail).
|See what I found in super market in Chinatown. |
Can somebody tell me how to cook it?