Feral chickens, brought by the first Polynesian settlers, outnumber the human population of Kaua’i, even at the height of tourist season, by a wide margin. They are everywhere and pretty, but the cocks crow constantly.
And in case you are wondering about their food value, here’s a recipe we were given: take a large pot, fill it 2/3 with water, place a medium sized lava stone in it, together with the plucked and cleaned chicken. Simmer gently until the lava stone is soft. Chicken is ready to be eaten.
Here’s a more classic view of Kaua’i:
Many more Kaua’i photos are here.
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