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2005 Mario Batali
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walterbode1 934626 3
Nov 10, 2014
This was too peppery even for me, much as I liked the taste of it -- I wondered what wine Joe would pair with it. But there were also a lot of problems with the mechanics. It was hard to spread the mustard-pepper crust on the chicken (better on a steak), and then when I started to carve the chicken, what crust there was fell off.
Feb 24, 2014
Thanks for reaching out. The original recipe from the cookbook calls for one chicken. Please let me know if there's anything else I can help with!
Oct 24, 2013
I would like to make this; however, I noticed that Food Network version calls for 2 (2 1/2 to 3 lb) chickens, while the Cookstr version calls for just one chicken. (Other ingredient amounts are pretty much the same.) Which recipe is correct? Thank you.
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