Guinea Fowl

Guinea fowl may seem like a rare or exotic meal in the U.S., but it’s a common staple in many European and African countries. The bird taste similar to chicken but with a slight, subdued gamey flavor, considerably milder than the flavor of pheasant. Also known as pintade, faraona or African pheasant, it was once a wild game bird but is now mostly farm-raised. Although guinea fowl may seem daunting to American home cooks, it’s actually fairly simple to make. Prepare guinea fowl the same way you would whole chickens. Guinea fowl are smaller, however, so you must take special care to..

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