Thursday, August 9, 2012

At Home Rotisserie Chicken

Chicken is basically the Switzerland of food, right? Like, it's pretty neutral in flavor which means it's great on salad, battered and fried, sliced on a sandwich, or served with a heaping side of deathwish pasta. I mean, even vegetarians are all, "chickens aren't cute, so yeah, you can totally eat them." But in the end, much like the Swiss (I dunno, you guys, I'm just saying stuff), I like my chicken served simply, which is why I just had to share this rotisserie chicken that Kyle's dad made for us this weekend:
Kyle bought his dad this rotisserie spit for Father's Day and I kid you not when I say he said this was the best gift he's ever received. How could it not be? Succulent rotisserie chicken whenever the mood strikes, free range no less? It's a Father's Day miracle y'all.
There's really no recipe here since I don't have a rotisserie myself and I have no idea how you use it, but I can tell you he prepared it simply with salt, pepper, tarragon, and lemon.
If this chicken actually were Swiss, and it was representing "Deliciousness" at the Olympics, it'd walk away with the gold medal. And even if this chicken actually DID get up and walk away, McKayla still wouldn't be impressed.

5 comments:

Jenna | The Paleo Project said...

Can we throw a McKayla Maroney reference in every blog post from now on? Just to make it that much more awesome?

Jackie said...

It looks so Delicious!!

Lauren said...

Stop, you're making me hungry!

Lauren,
Fashionswirls.blogspot.com

Gayla said...

Looks delicious! I'd eat that!

Taylor Urban said...

Bryan has the same one! Its so yummy, one time he put sage and apples under the skin!

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