Spatchcocked poussin – here’s one I made earlier (or not!)

I’ve been curious about spatchcocked poussin since reading about it on Colourful and Culinary a few months ago. The BBC food website describes poussin as: A small, immature chicken, sometimes called a spring chicken, and weighing about 400 to 500g. Because the bird is only four to six weeks old, the flavour has not developed and there is not much flesh on the bones, but … Continue reading Spatchcocked poussin – here’s one I made earlier (or not!)