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Tuesday, January 31, 2017
Taste of the Week. Skeaghanore Hot Oak Smoked Chicken Crown
Taste of the Week
Skeaghanore Hot Oak Smoked Chicken Crown
Skeaghanore has long been associated with duck and now this new fabulous chicken product (not up on their website yet) is our Taste of the Week.
The smoking has been very nicely judged and the overall flavour is brilliant; texture is spot-on too, lovely and tender, even juicy. Eat it with a salad or with pasta. And, besides you get a lot of bang for your buck. It is a rich and succulent food and very good value as well.
Skeaghanore products are widely available and I got my smoked chicken in Bradley's, North Main Street, Cork.
Tel: 028 37428