Can anyone--probably ancient, probably Southern--remember how chickens used to be cut up 60 years ago, with the pulley bone as a separate piece, and the breast divided into something my grandmother affectionately called "fenders" and my modern mother dismissed as a culinary relic? Years of the usual divisions--two breast halves, two legs, two thighs, two back halves--have clouded my memory. That, and having accumulated too many things to remember. So I can't quite picture fenders. Note that these weren't Tenders. Fenders, I remember, had bones. But I didn't rank high enough on the Sunday-dinner pecking order to rate them very often. They were, I think, a Preacher's Piece.