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Cutting a Chicken into Parts

How to cut eight equal-sized pieces for even cooking

Gary Junken
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You can buy pre-cut chicken parts at the grocery store, but cutting up the bird yourself ensures that the pieces are of equal size so they cook evenly. Senior Food Editor/Test Kitchen Manager Jennifer Armentrout demonstrates how to cut a whole chicken into eight serving pieces. You can buy pre-cut chicken parts at the grocery store, but cutting up the bird yourself ensures that the pieces are of equal size so they cook evenly. Senior Food Editor/Test Kitchen Manager Jennifer Armentrout demonstrates how to cut a whole chicken into eight serving pieces. 

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