For vegetables, chicken and just about everything else, olive oil and ghee are our first options for grilling at temperatures above 400°F. Not only do they help food cook with the crunch you want, but each one also provides its own unique flavor that you can't get from neutral oils like grape seed or canola. I don't know of a better way to achieve The Perfect Roast Chicken than with this simple method.
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Baking chicken at home (either in pieces or a whole bird) is really as easy as preparing and baking it. You'll never have to worry about covering the chicken while you're baking it, since it's okay to bake it uncovered.
Miso adds an extra savory flavor to roasted chicken; mix it with butter, parsley, chilies and fresh ginger and rub it on the poultry before roasting. Dried figs poached in port make a delicious Portuguese-inspired sauce that is combined with roasted chicken for a perfect autumnal meal.
Season chicken cavities with salt and pepper. Divide evenly, fill with lemon, garlic and thyme and rosemary sprigs (reserve a few twigs of each for decoration).