A: To have its neck snapped, feathers plucked, skin removed, and then been breaded and pan fried for my dinner.
(Notice the child's hand point to the chicken.)
Yes, I purchased and prepared a chicken breast for consumption. I bought it at Whole Foods, I feel better about that knowing that the chicken ate normal chicken food, walked around in its proper setting, and lived a happy chicken life before having its neck broken.
I was a bit queasy about the whole process, but went about it anyway. It smelled really good while it was cooking, and I enjoyed hearing the crackle of the chicken frying away. I just used some whole wheat bread crumbs, wheat germ, and parmesan for the breading. I pan-fried in canola oil.
I ate it with a side of whole wheat pasta (the family's main course) and some broccoli rabe. It was delicious.