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    Growing up in the 50's and 60's
    we use to have what was called
    City Chicken Legs.
    Ground Pork and Veal put on a stick shaped like a chicken leg.
    Served with mint jelly.
    I think this might have been
    a midwest dish.
    Anyone else remember them?

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    Quote Originally Posted by One foot on a banana peel View Post
    Growing up in the 50's and 60's
    we use to have what was called
    City Chicken Legs.
    Ground Pork and Veal put on a stick shaped like a chicken leg.
    Served with mint jelly.
    I think this might have been
    a midwest dish.
    Anyone else remember them?
    I didn't grow up here, so no. It sounds good though. I've had "city chicken" though. Skewered pork of some kind, it was good.

    As a rule I don't do veal, it's too cruel. Same with pate.
    Progressivism, ideas so good, they have to be mandatory.

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    Quote Originally Posted by One foot on a banana peel View Post
    Growing up in the 50's and 60's
    we use to have what was called
    City Chicken Legs.
    Ground Pork and Veal put on a stick shaped like a chicken leg.
    Served with mint jelly.
    I think this might have been
    a midwest dish.
    Anyone else remember them?
    My mother had a recipe for what she called “City Chicken”. It was veal, pork, chicken, spices, breaded and fried. On a wooden skewer stick. It was great, but what a mess to make!

    She was from New Orleans, so she didn’t get it from the midwest. I’m not at home now, but I could copy it then to see if it matches yours.

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    Quote Originally Posted by domer76 View Post
    My mother had a recipe for what she called “City Chicken”. It was veal, pork, chicken, spices, breaded and fried. On a wooden skewer stick. It was great, but what a mess to make!

    She was from New Orleans, so she didn’t get it from the midwest. I’m not at home now, but I could copy it then to see if it matches yours.
    We always bought ours,made in the grocery,but what you wrote matches,what we got pretty much.

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    Quote Originally Posted by One foot on a banana peel View Post
    Growing up in the 50's and 60's
    we use to have what was called
    City Chicken Legs.
    Ground Pork and Veal put on a stick shaped like a chicken leg.
    Served with mint jelly.
    I think this might have been
    a midwest dish.
    Anyone else remember them?
    I grew up in a house with a trillion brothers. The last thing my mom would have done is give us sharpened sticks while herding us into close quarters. It would have been a bloodbath

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    Quote Originally Posted by One foot on a banana peel View Post
    Growing up in the 50's and 60's
    we use to have what was called
    City Chicken Legs.
    Ground Pork and Veal put on a stick shaped like a chicken leg.
    Served with mint jelly.
    I think this might have been
    a midwest dish.
    Anyone else remember them?
    No...I grew up in the country where we had the real thing.
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    Quote Originally Posted by countryboy View Post
    I didn't grow up here, so no. It sounds good though. I've had "city chicken" though. Skewered pork of some kind, it was good.

    As a rule I don't do veal, it's too cruel. Same with pate.
    Mmmmm baby cow!

    Oh and foi gras is heavenly.
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    Quote Originally Posted by One foot on a banana peel View Post
    Growing up in the 50's and 60's
    we use to have what was called
    City Chicken Legs.
    Ground Pork and Veal put on a stick shaped like a chicken leg.
    Served with mint jelly.
    I think this might have been
    a midwest dish.
    Anyone else remember them?
    I do! It was one of my favorites as a kid! But when we moved to STL my mom couldn't find them in the stores anymore.

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    Quote Originally Posted by domer76 View Post
    My mother had a recipe for what she called “City Chicken”. It was veal, pork, chicken, spices, breaded and fried. On a wooden skewer stick. It was great, but what a mess to make!

    She was from New Orleans, so she didn’t get it from the midwest. I’m not at home now, but I could copy it then to see if it matches yours.
    That sounds exactly like it! I thought my mom got them from the store though; don't recall her making them by hand. Yes, please post the recipe when you're able, and thanks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kacper View Post
    I grew up in a house with a trillion brothers. The last thing my mom would have done is give us sharpened sticks while herding us into close quarters. It would have been a bloodbath
    LMAO!!!! Best morning laugh evuh.

    I only had two brothers and yeah, if the sharp eagle eyes of the parental units weren't on them, they would have been jabbing each other's eyes out with the sticks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mott the Hoople View Post
    Mmmmm baby cow!

    Oh and foi gras is heavenly.
    Hey, even evil conservatives have to draw the line somewhere.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ThatOwlWoman View Post
    LMAO!!!! Best morning laugh evuh.

    I only had two brothers and yeah, if the sharp eagle eyes of the parental units weren't on them, they would have been jabbing each other's eyes out with the sticks.
    I typically make it with pork loin cut in small cubes. Do you know where I can get some owl meat to make them. I heard it tastes like chicken.

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