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Cape Gooseberries
Cape Gooseberries grow inside husks that look like little lanterns, as tomatillos and Chinese Lanterns do. They are all kissing cousins.

The difference is that the fruit of the Cape Gooseberry plant has flavour, whereas the fruit of the Chinese Lantern plant is said to be completely tasteless. If your "Chinese Lantern" plant fruit is tasty, then what you have is actually a Cape Gooseberry plant. Both are in fact related to tomatillos.

The plants will grow anywhere, and are very productive bearers. Do not eat any other part of the plant other than the fully ripe berry.
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Cut each leg off from the bird at the joint. Then, cut each leg into the thigh and drumstick parts. Set aside.
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