Looking to buy Capon ...
Anyone know where I can buy a capon?
My go-to for all things poultry, Chinese American Live Poultry in Rosemead, is not carrying them currently.
Will travel for capon.
That's funny. I just looked up what a capon is because I see them at the Bangluck Market in N. Hollywood. The ones I saw don't look remarkably fresh, so I don't know if it's worth the trip. Should I try cooking one. Do you note a difference in taste or is it more of a tenderness thing?
Actually, looking for fresh, but if all else fails, I'll settle for frozen.
If you get your hands on a good, fresh capon it's well worth the effort. There is a discernable difference in both taste and texture. This is a chicken that tastes actually like a chicken!
When I roast a capon (the Chinese way), it comes out juicy and succulent and the flavors just pop in your mouth.
Do you recall how much they were at teh Bangluck Market?
(Irony of all ironies, I have this big bag of frozen rooster testicles in my freezer just waiting for the weather to turn a bit chilly for use in Chinese hot pot ...)
re: Burger Boy
I can attest that at least one of them does., because I made a point of looking some time back. Actually, any decent poultry/butcher's counter will be able to get one for you - it may be frozen, but then that's all I've ever had and they are delicious. They will also be expensive, no less so at any one place than the other. For this reason, I would probably order one at Gelson's or Bristol Farms here in the Pasadena area than trek all the way to 3rd and Fairfax...
I have seen it at Puritan Poultry at the Original Farmers Market
6333 W 3rd St # 226, Los Angeles, CA