There’s actually a fair amount of “classical” French cookery here: the chicken roasted with a mustard glaze, the potatoes done in a little chicken fat (as it runs off the bird). Serve this rich meal alongside a shredded lettuce and carrot salad with a vinegary dressing.
Remove the backbone from a whole bird and it will lie flat, instantly doubling the surface area—and the flavor and crisping potential. This easy technique is called spatchcocking or butterflying. I almost always do chicken like this now, and it’s also perfect for turkey and small birds like pheasants and guinea hens.
Chicken soup simmered with garlic, parsley, and onions is the epitome of Jewish comfort food. Here’s Jewish cooking expert Leah Koenig’s simple classic.
Chef Carole Peck, co-owner of the acclaimed Good News Cafe in Woodbury, shares the perfect hearty dish for this time of year, when winter is often still tangible and spring is in the air. It’s Chicken Tagine, a North African dish Carole came to love and perfect while spending time cooking at her house in […]