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Simple Roast Chicken

Simple Roasted Chicken: Recipe by The Local ForkfulWe don’t eat a lot of red meat, pork or game in the Hunter household so I’m always hunting for ways to be more creative with the meats we consume a lot of. Chicken happens to be one of them along with turkey and assorted lunch meats from the deli. Chicken is such a simple bird to handle in the kitchen. It lends itself well to a bevy of different flavor combinations that will suit your own palate preferences.

Jenna(my wife) and I work opposite schedules which means I typically I start dinner because I arrive home before she does. And I know that if I cook chicken; the two of us can live off the bird for at least two meals. So I never hesitate cooking a whole bird as opposed to parts. It’s much more economical to do so. And our first meal is typically roasted chicken and some side veg followed by something more creative the next night, like tostadas or pot pie. Today, I’m giving it to you in this fun simplistic format. Lately, I’ve been a little obsessed with making chalkboards since I made them for a friends wedding. And so I decided to give you the step by step with my latest chalkboard creation made with a piece of scrap wood that I simply sanded the edges down. Enjoy!Simple Roasted Chicken: Recipe by The Local ForkfulSimple Roasted Chicken: Recipe by The Local ForkfulSimple Roasted Chicken: Recipe by The Local ForkfulSimple Roasted Chicken: Recipe by The Local ForkfulSimple Roasted Chicken: Recipe by The Local Forkful

And Last but not least, always make sure you’re bird is 165 degrees plus. I can’t bare the thought of anyone eating uncooked chicken.

 

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6 Comments

  1. Who doesn’t love a simple roasted chicken? It’s the gift that keeps on giving. Also, I really like your artistic way of sharing the recipe step-by-step. Nice!

    • Thanks Teresa! I’ve been making chalkboards like crazy lately for friends birthdays, weddings etc. such an inexpensive and thoughtful gift that I thought, “Why not utilize it in my post somehow?” Glad you like it.

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