We've had food posts on here before, such as when:
A. clipsentuboca posted this recipe during the Cavs game in 2006-2007:
BorB also offered his comments on the recipe.
JGlanton also likes to post about what he's eating.
So, I thought I'd share something I made a week and a half ago.
I made a roasted chicken, using a vertical roaster. It was my first time doing all of this.
The seasoning blend I used had:
1. Adam's Seasoned Salt:
I made the small home batch and I keep it in a container.
2. Adam's Seasoned Pepper:
The process I followed was:
A. I brined it overnight. (1 gallon of water and 1/2 a cup of sea salt).
I ended up brining it from about 4pm - 2pm the next day.
B. I removed it from the brining container, put it on the vertical roaster, applied the seasoning, and let it dry in the fridge. It was in the fridge on the vertical roaster.
C. The next day (so it had dried for about a day), I took it out of the fridge, and put it in the lower rack of the oven. I cooked it for 375 degrees for 70 minutes.