"Because of an editing error, an article on Nov. 5 about a study of antibiotic-resistant E. coli bacteria found on samples of chicken sold in the New York area misstated one of its findings. The researchers reported that nearly twice as much of the bacteria was found on the kosher chicken as on conventionally raised birds, not that twice as many of the kosher samples tested positive for the bacteria."
Good news, the allegedly best roast chicken in New York City only costs $79.
Is there any way to cook the killer doody off of chicken? Nobody can say for sure, but given how terrible people are in general, even the ones who are trying to reduce their consumption of mammals, maybe it is for the best if we scarf those wings down 'til we're all in the ground.
I don't know about you, but I am pretty firmly of the notion a chicken restaurant should probably not be branding itself as "pink," no matter how worthy the reasoning behind said color scheme. Then again, we are talking about the chicken restaurant that is always willing to go there when it comes to being gross, so.
"Stop washing your chicken. Not only is rinsing your poultry before you cook ineffective at killing germs, it can actually spread them, Drexel University researchers say." There is video, for some reason.