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Tuesday, May 1, 2012

A Favorite Way To Roast Chicken, A Giveaway, and A Sale!

Tumbleweed Pottery makes a great chicken
cooker that I've loved using for years. 
Now I'm giving one away!
Original Chicken Cooker
Just by leaving a comment here at
Rita's Recipes or at MAY DAYS
on any of my posts during the month of May
 and you will be entered into a drawing for a 
free Chicken Cooker or
Original Red Chicken Cooker
 any equivalent product from their online catalog.
Enter by commenting as many times as you like. 
Deep Dish Chicken Cooker
But wait...there's more! 
Tumbleweed is giving my readers a discount all 
during May for 20% off!  
(When combined with their already 10% off 
special thru Mother's Day it will give you 
30% off all of their products.) 
Stock up on gifts!
To get the 20% discount use the 
coupon code: maydays.
 Rinse out and pat the chicken dry.
 Stuff with your favorite ingredients. Today I used: 
garlic, fresh herbs, orange slices, onion and S&P.
 Fill the seasoning well. So many choices here!
 This one was butter with herbs and lemon juice.
 Now, put the chicken on the well, legs down. 
It will be nice and secure unlike a beer can.
 I buttered and seasoned the outside.
 Plug the neck hole with foil to keep the
steam and juices inside.
You'll probably need to remove one of your oven
 racks. Put the chicken inside...
THEN turn then oven on to 350 and roast
for about 1-1/2 hours. No need to baste.
Always place the chicken and the
cooker in a COLD oven! 
I popped a few sweet potatoes along side. 
 It uses the concept of the beer-can chicken. 
Liquid from the seasoning well steams the
chicken from the inside out.
Create your own combinations. 
Lots of recipes on their website HERE
The chicken browns beautifully on all sides. 
The fat drains off.
Skim the fat from the well and you'll be left with
 lots of natural juices to spoon over the chicken.
 The skin is nice and crispy and the meat is
tender and juicy.
You'll love it! 
These are beautiful handcrafted pottery pieces
 made in the USA by a family owned business.
You'll love that too!
to view their catalog.

Enjoy!

45 comments:

Buffy said...

I recently found your site - loving it! I had a similar item (was made of some type of metal) but didn't hold the chicken up as well as I would have liked and was a pain to clean. I always had a problem with splattering in the oven too during the roasting time (so messy!) I suppose there is no way to avoid that though?! I would love to win!

Shelbi Keith said...

Awwweee! That looks amazing, I want one!! The chicken looks like it cooks perfectly!

Four dogs and one quilter said...

I love this, thanks for the chance to win. looks yummy.

FABBY'S LIVING said...

The chicken looks perfectly golden and of course, yummy!! Thanks for the chance on your great giveaway, never seen anything like this! I love it! Hugs,
FABBY

Lillian (My Recipe Journey) said...

What a great invention!!! I would love one of those! That recipe looks great also!!! Thanks for sharing! =)

County Line Road said...

Ok, I'm in. That chicken looks like something I might be able to handle. Love the Blog and your background wallpaper is great!

Gillianne said...

How lovely! I've been using vertical roasters for years but hadn't a clue anything so nice (ceramic) was available. Thanks for this info, and your suggestions for seasoning a chicken.

Anonymous said...

I just recently found you and have enjoyed so many of your recipes already ! How I would love to win your chicken roaster. It looks like the perfect way to roast a perfect chicken !!
denisecott@yahoo.com

Timecard24 said...

I love all your recepes and I pass them around to family and friends.

AmbiaC said...

My mom and I saw these on a recent trip to Charleston, SC. We were intrigued! It would be fun to try. Thanks for the opportunity!

mrlcoy said...

Wow! That chicken looks amazing! I would love to have one! I would definately use it! Thanks so much for the chance!
mrlcoy@yahoo.com

Winnie said...

Love reading about your recipes!!

Donna Howell said...

I have never seen a roaster like that before. I would love to try one.

Brenda robinson said...

I enjoy your blog and the recipes. i would love to try baking a chicken this wat

Pamela said...

I would love to use this little booger..I've often wondered how moist the chicken would be done this way. I have a Tajine (sp) domed shaped gizmo that rolls the steam back into the meat,,but this seems like it would be fun, and puts the goodies on the inside. wow. I've always like the hand made pottery look. something about its earthy flair...

Pamela said...

I would love to use this little booger..I've often wondered how moist the chicken would be done this way. I have a Tajine (sp) domed shaped gizmo that rolls the steam back into the meat,,but this seems like it would be fun, and puts the goodies on the inside. wow. I've always like the hand made pottery look. something about its earthy flair...

Kellye said...

Love your recipes. Could you use this on a charcoal grill?? I would love to try!

Anonymous said...

THanks for the giveaway. Would love to use that to roast a chicken. Never seen this type of pottery before. Need to get out more. CherryBerry

Mary L said...

I really enjoy your blog and all the wonderful recipes you share. Thanks for the awesome chicken cooker, I would love to have one. Thanks!

Mary L

Janet said...

Your roasted chicken looks yummy!
Love the way you stuffed and seasoned the chicken. We have used the beer can method but this is lovely way to roast a chicken. Thanks for the opportunity to win one.

Janet B

pippirose said...

It looks fantastic! I've done the beer can thing on a barbecue, but never considered being able to do it inside, in an oven. Great idea!
:o)
pippirose59 at gmail dot com

kitty said...

Yes, I certainly would LOVE it, Rita!! I've done the beer can chicken, but it does sit on there rather precariously. This looks so perfect. Your chicken looks great. I guess the cooker could be used on a grill, too? Thanks for the opportunity to win.

Patricia @ ButterYum said...

What a great giveaway. I have a flimsy wire contraption, but this is much nicer. Thanks so much for the opportunity to enter.

Barbara said...

Looks delicious! I would love to have one of these. Thanks for the opportunity to win one.

Pattie @ Olla-Podrida said...

I have always been intrigued by cooking chicken this way, but have never tried it. I'd love to win one of these vertical roasters.

chicks3 said...

This is the first time I've seen a roaster like this. What a great idea!

Ritsin said...

The chicken looks great and the roaster even better!

The Ables Family said...

I LOVE your site! The Chicken looks perfect, what a presentation. Thanks for sharing

Sylvia said...

In the past month or so, I have become obsessed with roasting chickens. I would love to try this gizmo.

LDH said...

Such an interesting way to cook a chicken. Looks really good :)

bking2824 said...

The chicken looks wonder and I could almost smell it. Thanks for the giveaway. Brenda

Yvonne @ StoneGable said...

Yummy, Rita! This chicken looks scrumptious! The pottery cooker seems to make the chicken wonderfully brown! I bet it tastes so good too with all the infused flavor!
Please enter me in this generous giveaway!
Thanks for joining ON THE MENU MONDAY~

Nann from At Nann's Table said...

Wow Rita your chicken looks devine. I love chicken that way. And it was so good to hear about the pottery. Yes do enter me. I'd love to have some of their products. I came over from StoneGable and so glad I did. I am going to follow you. Love your blog!

Nann
atnannstable.blogspot.com

Manda said...

That is too cool! Love the giveaway!

WBotW said...

Oh that looks SO COOL! Need one, yup!

WBotW said...

Oh that looks SO COOL! Need one, yup!

dalee041790 said...

Oh my gosh!! that is the most clever kitchen invention i've seen in quite a while - and just looking at the pictures of your roasted chicken made my mouth water. I would love to win a chicken roaster!

dalee041790 said...

wow, after visiting the tumbleweeds web site, i would like to order one of each of all their cookware items, especially that garlic grater!

Lori R. said...

I love baked chicken. What a great give away!

Jessica said...

That would be an amazing thing to win! I love roasted chicken, and would love to try making it using one of these.

jessica@fantasticallyaverage.com

Chef Megs said...

That looks amazing! Roast chicken is one of my absolute favorite things to make: its easy and delicious!

Kristen said...

I probably found you too late to enter, but had to comment: that is one tasty looking chicken. :)

Janice said...

I'm glad you posted this. Someone sneakily left one of these cookers in my house without the box or any note saying what it was. My guess was a chicken roaster, so did a search on "pottery chicken roaster" and found it was a Tumbleweed cooker. Then I found your post. Will be trying it out soon!

Rick Buycks said...

How lovely! I've been using vertical roasters for years but hadn't a clue anything so nice (ceramic) was available. Thanks for this info, and your suggestions for seasoning a chicken.

Mom Loftus said...

Thanks for your site, Rita! I was looking up how to us my ceramic roaster, found that and great recipes-right here!!!