Midway through the roasting process, we used our handy kitchen fork to check the roasting process. What we thought should have been meaty turned out to be bony instead. We discovered, much to our horror, that the chicken was upside down. So we turned it over onto its back and proceeded as best we could.
We think this experience reinforced our thinking that cooking is not our forte. And while the final product of our chicken roasting was very good, the experience reminded us of why we like to purchase take-out chicken halves at Brooks. There are no necks involved and we don’t have to care which side is up.
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