His whole Amish chicken with lemon and herb jus, for example?
"First, we buy a local chicken from a cooperative of farms that raise their chickens under very strict and humane guidelines. The chicken goes under a brine for 12 hours, and the surprise component is we steam it first at a really low temperature for about two hours to keep it nice and moist without putting any aggressive heat into the protein. Then we finish it in the wood-fired oven at a very high temperature to char the skin, and it comes out really crackly and crispy, but super moist on the inside."
This story will make you mighty hungry.
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