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Peri Peri quail fresh off the BBQ.

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Comment by Andrew Cumberland on November 13, 2018 at 6:53

For sure Dave.  Two birds provide sufficient meat for a meal for my son-in-law.  I only need one.  I mostly keep them for eggs which are plentiful, even in winter.  You see me eating them when I am managing the number of males in the flock.  

Comment by Dave Riley on November 12, 2018 at 4:27

Must be like spatchcock?

I used to keep rabbits for meat...so I'm wondering...

I rejected the yabby option because of setup issues -- but we'll be trialing yabby-aquaculture at the school garden.

Eggs aside, is there enough meat on these wee birds to warrant the effort ?

Comment by Andrew Cumberland on November 11, 2018 at 23:04

LOL!  Thanks Elaine.  Seems most folks weren't too impressed (and that's fair enough) but they were very tasty. 

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