I just placed my first order from a local farm and I am so excited. I ordered raw milk, cheese, organic popcorn, eggs, and a whole chicken. It is a small family farm, all organic and free range stuff... :D :D :D Anyway, I've never really dealt with a whole chicken before. Obviously I cook it and get the meat off. I can make bone broth too, right? I believe I read on here that that is really good... I have the NT cook book on my Amazon wish list and I'm going to order it when I get paid this weekend. Since I'm absolutely new to this, is there anything I should do with the chicken besides those two things? Is there a preferred way of cooking it? My only experience even close to this is cooking a turkey on Thanksgiving, and then I get one with the insides (giblets?) already cleaned out. This chicken will have that stuff still inside. Is there something that can be done with that stuff? Can our cat eat it?