Take the breast and split the breast muscles. Cooks easier that way. And you get two pieces of boneless meat. And the breast bone.
Take breast and take knife cut along the bone that runs down the middle of the breast. Cut lightly until you get to the second layer. Then just peel meat back and cut off. You might ruin the first side, but once you see how its easy.
Off Topic: Dean I remember you saying you do alot of skeet shooting (like me) and I was wonderinmg if when you do bird hunting what size shot, guage, and shotgun you use. I normally use 1 ounce loads of #7 1/2's with my 20 guage. Also what do you prefer for skeet shooting?
I shoot trap. You start 13 yards from the thrower and from there you shoot when you want. I personally use a 12ga mod. choke with 7-1/2 shot. I shoot ONLY Winchester AA. Gotta love the Double As.
I shoot sporting clays. Sporting clays is what will help you in hunting. Sporting clays is ment to imatate real life situations. Ducks incoming (clay coming above you and at you), running rabbits (a clay bouncing on the ground). I usually shoot my skeet choke, however, I take my skeet, improved, and mod with, and change according to stations.
Dean, I love to shoot trap, I do it when the people at the club have a big enough team to do it (only 5 needed). I would love to try sporting clays sometime but the club does not do it although I do know that they do modern skeet but I have never tried it
Or am refering to 5 stand in the above post about trap? I thought that in trap you had to have 5 people in a team and each of you shot once and then moved to the next one? I am most likely just confused
Lost track of the post. I finally got cuaght up enough on RFC to do some back reading.
I think you are referring to 5stand. Trap you line up 5 on 5 stations and you each shoot one after another shooter till you have to move after 5 shots. I shoot on average around 19. The good shooters are 23 24 shooters. Hardly anyone, gets below a 10, even "new" shooter get around that.