Roast Chicken

  • One whole organic free range chicken.  By definition, this should also be no hormones or antibiotics.  (Check it out to be sure.  You absolutely do not want any of this in your diet.  I recommend you read The Blaylock Wellness Report to get familiar about a host of wellness related subjects on diet and nutrition.)
  • Organic sea salt & pepper to taste
  • Seasoning salt
  • Garlic powder (optional)
  • Rosemary (optional)

This one I do a couple of ways.  If I am in a hurry, I buy a cooked chicken from a grocer that specializes in organic range free chickens, such as Whole Foods.  When I do, I always take it out of the package and put it in the oven for at least 15 minutes while I am getting in comfortable clothes and enjoying a beer or wine.  Add the spices as you like.

Another option is to cut it into quarters.  You can cook this best in a glass casserole.  It is great to put it on a bed of brown cooked rice.  Remember I often keep this in the fridge for these types of cooking events.

If time permits, buy a chicken uncooked and either cook it in the oven uncovered breast side up with spices, or cut into pieces.

Another fun option is to put a layer of brown rice, then whole squash topped with the chicken.  Bake at 350° for 50-80 minutes, depending on size.  I absolutely cannot stand undercooked chicken.  It is almost always better to slightly overcook.

Consider topping the chicken with my barbecue sauce the last 15 minutes.

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