In the 1950s, when poultry was more expensive than either fish or beef, Arroz con Pollo was the preferred dish for special occasions and Sunday family gatherings. It's a one-pot meal that's still perfect for feeding a crowd.
At any given moment, there are more than 20 billion chickens on earth, says Andrew Lawler. How did one bird become so ubiquitous? The author of Why Did the Chicken Cross the World? shares seven facts from the bird's history.