Food of the Seventies, Veal On A Stick

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This was a corn dog style food except it was breaded veal instead of hot dog. I used to eat them in the 1970's. I have not seen them since.
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RLH - May 31, 2008 - Report this comment
They were sold in the Chicago area as "Mock Chicken Legs".
cb - June 11, 2008 - Report this comment
Called "city chicken" when I was growing up in Michigan. Used a lot of ketchup to try to cover the taste. :)
RRM - November 12, 2009 - Report this comment
I loved these! Are they sold anywhere or is there a recipe for this?
playfulotter - March 01, 2010 - Report this comment
My mother used to make these and used chunks of veal and chunks on a stick and used cracker meal on the oustside as the breading and fried them in a pan...They were yummy and I was a picky eater and we called them City chicken too.
KC - July 09, 2010 - Report this comment
City chickens are a Polish-American food. They're popular at Polish restaurants in Michigan. They're actually made with alternating pieces of breaded pork and veal. Made properly they're browned in a pan then baked. Sometimes they're served with gravy and sometimes not. Delicious!!!!
CaliforniaGirl - September 22, 2012 - Report this comment
We loved these, they were called City Chicken at our local grocery stores in Southern California and widely vended (Market Masket, Lucky Market, Mayfair Market, el Rancho, Hughes and more...) when veal was inexpensive. When we had out-of-state guests mom would always serve the kids City Chicken, while the adults enjoyed cocktails and rumaki then would go out to dinner leaving us in the hands of a babysitter. We lived very close to Disneyland so constantly had guests who wanted to stay with us and visit Disneyland, Knotts Berry Farm, Alligator Farm in Buena Park, etc....

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