Brined Cornish Hens

3 thoughts on “Brined Cornish Hens”

  1. Sounds delicious! I have 2 questions though – what do you mean when you say ‘cut up the center of each breast?’ I understand cutting along the back bone – does it stay attached to one side or do you remove it completely? Thanks!

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    1. Oops. I just realized that I didn’t answer the second question. You can leave the backbone attached on one side. It’s not necessary to remove it. As for the breast, cut right through the center of it. You’ll have part of the breastbone on each side.

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