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Taste Tested : Thornbury Wild Honey and Thyme-Glazed Cornish Hen

This recipe comes to us from Chef Brad Hutchinson at The Pottery Restaurant, in the Blue Mountains. It’s the perfect stand-in for Christmas dinner when a turkey is just too much — but also lends it itself beautifully to a hearty apres-ski feast!

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Cornish Rock Hens are funny little critters. Despite the name, they’re not considered game meat — and though the bird is called a “hen”, it can be either male or female. They’re sought after because of their shorter growing span, small size and larger breasts then traditional, uh hem, chickens. Think of them as single serve chickens!

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