Cut-duck-e-joint

Again, Harvey avoids cutting through bone when taking off the thigh and leg. He first bends back the thigh bone until the ball at its base pops out of its socket. Using the 6-inch blade, he then cuts as closely to the back bones as possible (to keep the maximum amount of muscle tissue with the thigh); and uses the blade to separate the two halves of the ball-and-socket joint.

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