I love rotisserie chicken during snowstorms. I get a whole bird on my way home, and then hunker down and rip into it like a savage from Winterfell. A slow-roasted, spit-fire chicken is an ultimate comfort food, especially from one of the following places.

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Roasting a whole chicken on a rotisserie spit is an art that is sometimes left in the hands of inexperienced employees. Unfortunately, I've been on the receiving end of undercooked chicken many times. There's nothing worse than getting home, cutting into it, and finding raw meat. There are rotisserie masters in Connecticut, here are a few of my favorite places to get a whole roasted chicken.

The Rotisserie Chicken Masters of Connecticut

It's easy to roast a whole chicken, right? Nope. I've purchased so many undercooked or under seasoned roasters over the years. There are a few places that have served a perfect rotisserie chicken every time, you want a good bird? Go here -

I Got My Hands on the Best Cheese in Bantam, And The World

A huge congratulations to the incredible team at Bantam/Litchfield's Arethusa Farm, you wear yet another World Championship belt! I had to pay my respects and wet my beak with a fresh hunk of the Best Cheese IN THE WORLD for 2023 today.

Some of the Tastiest Seafood From Maine is Still Alive in Bethel

Have you heard of Community Shellfish in Bethel, Connecticut yet? Do you love fresh whole belly clams, oysters, and lobsters from Maine like I do? Take a tour of the incredible facilities on Francis Clarke Circle with me.

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