I'm guessing this news alert was accidentally sent by someone (or something) who might have some explaining to do Monday morning. If I'm incorrect in this assumption, then it would mark the second time in a year that reports have surfaced about United States farmers acting way too fowl.
Foster Farms has recalled nearly 150,000 pounds of packaged chicken shipped to Costco stores in the states of California, Arizona, Colorado, Utah, Washington, and possibly other Pacific Northwest markets due to a chance of contamination by foreign matter (plastics).
In honor of National Fried Chicken day, we want to know which piece of fried chicken is your favorite. Do you go for the dark meat or the white meat? Do you just eat whatever chicken is available on the table?