Roast chicken is one of the simplest and best dishes to make at home. But the key to perfectly cooked meat and a maximally crispy skin lies not in the butter or seasoning, but in the trussing. The chefs and mad scientists over at Chefsteps in Seattle have settled on the ideal technique, and it's not what they teach in cooking school. Check it out.
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Eater’s holiday banquet celebrates the food traditions we return to in memory, time and time again
With a few simple hacks — a gravy boat, chopped herbs, and a taper candle or two — your holiday celebration can look like a million bucks