After a trip to the "last chance" mass, we came home to the aroma of a freshly baked chicken that I had placed in the oven prior to leaving. I prepared it like this:
Cut 2 lemons into quarters. Cut 1 orange into quarters. Placed all of the lemons and orange quarters into the cavity of a 4 pound chicken. Covered the outside of the bird with olive oil then sprinkled with sea salt, pepper, garlic salt and lemon pepper. Cooked at 425 degrees for an hour and a half.
Just before taking out of the oven I cut up day old sourdough bread and sauteed in olive oil til brown. Then placed the cut-up chicken over the croutons and served. Bon Appetit!
We had a wonderful bottle of 2005 Italian Pinot Grigio by San Angelo that accompanied the delightful, French peasant chicken we had. Very fruity and very light on the tongue. I think some Pinto Grigio's are too heavy but this one tastes like what I've come to expect out of a good Italian. I picked this up for $7.99 and it was also worth every penny. I highly recommend and will buy more on my next trip to T's. Sit Long, Talk Much, Laugh Often!