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Whole Chicken - 1, cal. Famous Chicken Enchiladas All white meat enchiladas hand rolled in corn tortillas with our housemade tomatillo sour cream sauce. BBQ Chicken - cal. The Romans used chickens for oracles, both when flying "ex avibus", Augury and when feeding "auspicium ex tripudiis", Alectryomancy. The hen "gallina" gave a favourable omen "auspicium ratum" , when appearing from the left Cic. For the oracle "ex tripudiis" according to Cicero Cic.
The chickens were cared for by the pullarius, who opened their cage and fed them pulses or a special kind of soft cake when an augury was needed. If the chickens stayed in their cage, made noises "occinerent" , beat their wings or flew away, the omen was bad; if they ate greedily, the omen was good. In BC, the Roman general Publius Claudius Pulcher had his "sacred chickens" "  thrown overboard when they refused to feed before the battle of Drepana , saying "If they won't eat, perhaps they will drink. Back in Rome, he was tried for impiety and heavily fined.
In BC, the Lex Faunia forbade fattening hens to conserve grain rations. It was renewed a number of times, but does not seem to have been successful. Fattening chickens with bread soaked in milk was thought to give especially delicious results. The Roman gourmet Apicius offers 17 recipes for chicken, mainly boiled chicken with a sauce.
All parts of the animal are used: the recipes include the stomach , liver, testicles and even the pygostyle the fatty "tail" of the chicken where the tail feathers attach. He identified Tanagrian, Rhodic, Chalkidic and Median commonly misidentified as Melian breeds, which have an impressive appearance, a quarrelsome nature and were used for cockfighting by the Greeks De Re Rustica 8. For farming, native Roman chickens are to be preferred, or a cross between native hens and Greek cocks De Re Rustica 8.
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Dwarf chickens are nice to watch because of their size but have no other advantages. According to Columella De Re Rustica 8. White chickens should be avoided as they are not very fertile and are easily caught by eagles or goshawks. One cock should be kept for five hens. In the case of Rhodian and Median cocks that are very heavy and therefore not much inclined to sex, only three hens are kept per cock.
The hens of heavy fowls are not much inclined to brood; therefore their eggs are best hatched by normal hens. A hen can hatch no more than eggs, depending on the time of year, and supervise no more than 30 hatchlings. Eggs that are long and pointed give more male hatchlings, rounded eggs mainly female hatchlings De Re Rustica 8. Columella also states that chicken coops should face southeast and lie adjacent to the kitchen, as smoke is beneficial for the animals and "poultry never thrive so well as in warmth and smoke" De Re Rustica 8. Dry dust or ash should be provided for dust-baths. Wheat itself should be avoided as it is harmful to the birds.
Boiled ryegrass Lolium sp. Grape marc can be used, but only when the hens stop laying eggs, that is, about the middle of November; otherwise eggs are small and few. When feeding grape marc, it should be supplemented with some bran. Hens start to lay eggs after the winter solstice , in warm places around the first of January, in colder areas in the middle of February. Parboiled barley increases their fertility; this should be mixed with alfalfa leaves and seeds, or vetches or millet if alfalfa is not at hand. Free-ranging chickens should receive two cups of barley daily.
Columella  advises farmers to slaughter hens that are older than three years, those that aren't productive or are poor care-takers of their eggs, and particularly those that eat their own and other hens' eggs. According to Aldrovandi, capons were produced by burning "the hind part of the bowels, or loins or spurs"  with a hot iron.
The wound was treated with potter's chalk. For the use of poultry and eggs in the kitchens of ancient Rome see Roman eating and drinking. Chickens were spread by Polynesian seafarers and reached Easter Island in the 12th century AD, where they were the only domestic animal, with the possible exception of the Polynesian rat Rattus exulans. They were housed in extremely solid chicken coops built from stone, which was first reported as such to Linton Palmer in , who also "expressed his doubts about this". From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. For the culinary use of chickens, see Chicken as food.
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