Roast Chicken and the foods of Love.

by Ailbhe on December 14, 2014

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We all have a favourite food that makes us think about the ones we love. But if there is one food that is almost universally loved it must surely be an excellent roast chicken. This is a method I’ve used for years to achieve a crisp juicy bird. Salting and size.

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