7 Must-Try Chicken Dishes

7 Must-Try Chicken Dishes

By Stephanie Davis Smith, January 8, 2016

As beef and seafood’s usually less exciting, less expensive menu companion, chicken sometimes receives a raw deal. Recently, World Health Organization declared processed meats cause cancer and red meats like beef, veal, lamb and pork are “probably carcinogenic.” That leaves chicken as the last meat standing. These venues are out to promote their poultry by reinventing the rubber chicken dish.

Waldorf Astoria Orlando and Hilton Orlando Bonnet Creek 

This property pair with shared event space serves Bull & Bear fried chicken—a dish prepped and brined for three full days and then battered in buttermilk and cornflakes—for small to midsize corporate groups.

Castle Hotel & Spa

The 19th-century Norman-style castle overlooking the Hudson River in Tarrytown, New York, boasts a new Equus menu including a brined Hemlock Hill chicken, carrot, Haricot Vert, broccoli, onion dish with a sauce prepared in Blanquette foam.

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