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February 24, 2010 at 11:21 AM

Great chicken recipes: mine, Stein’s, yours?

Today on Food for Thought my radio sidekick Dick Stein and I clucked loudly about some great chicken recipes. He swears by Lynne Rossetto Kasper’s Baking Day Chicken from The Italian Country Table, and I can’t say enough about how much I love the quick and jazzily-spiced Spiced Chicken recipe from the new Gourmet Today cookbook.

My latest gotta-make-it chicken recipe: “spiced” — and easy!

In my book (and I’ve got ’em in spades) there’s nothing as versatile an ingredient as chicken, and I’ve got “favorite” recipes out the yin-yang. Like the simple roast chicken I regularly make on Sundays, which never tastes the same twice since I often add a little bit of this and a little bit of that.

My “Sunday Roast”: Make two. That way, you’ll have lots of leftovers for the work-week.

And there’s the Asian-inspired Five-Spice Roast Chicken I raved about in this post.

Like many of my oft-used recipes, this slick chick’s culled from Tom’s Big Dinners.

And of course, there’s my husband’s justly famous Weber-smoked chicken. He wooed me with it when me met, and now it’s a family tradition.

Mac’s Weber-smoked chicken. Which, thanks to his instruction, I can now Weber-fy myself!

So tell, me: what’s your go-to chicken recipe? If you can post a link to it in the comments-box, I’m certain we’d all appreciate it. Or if you’re willing to share it “long hand” — I’d love you for that, too.

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