Delicious Dinner

Susan had the good idea to get one of those precooked chickens from the store, tonight. She also made some quinoa and brussels sprouts to go with, and I popped some biscuits in the oven. It was a tasty dinner. I'd like to do more chicken roasting, since it is such a simple and cost-effective dish, and often not even a time-consuming one. Guess we need to see if they have good roasters at the nearby groceries.


Anonymous said...

I picked up one of those stands that you put the chicken on- all the fat drains out. If you don't overcook it, it still stays pretty moist, of course you can always cover it or wrap it in foil.

Colonel Johnson's son

Anonymous said...

I believe the canonical way to do it is to use rough-cut carrots and potatos to make yer own rack in the roasting pan. The meat is spared being greasy and the potatos become extra delicious ;)