“Sorry – no Scribble” was what participants looking for a prompt were greeted with this week when we went to the Sunday Scribblings website, and people quickly decided to accept the challenge to write something anyway.
The word “sorry” inspired me to figure out a scene from my book. I’m linking you to the raw, unedited version, which may or may not be recognizable when it’s incorporated into the book.
I stress the raw, unedited part because, well, it is.
Read The Beginning there, and feel free to comment here or there.
Right now, there is a whole chicken roasting in my oven.
I have never actually roasted an entire chicken, and am not a particular fan of chicken, but I’ve been completely craving it lately, and even though it’s still summery outside, the calendar says it’s fall, so (Rana, don’t read this part) I have no problem with cranking up the a/c a little bit so I can use the oven.
Anyway, inspired by Cynthia’s A Week in Food project, I decided to roast a chicken. I took a before shot, with it all covered in herbs, it’s just been through its first 20 minutes in the oven. The recipe I’m using said to do 20 mins at 400 and then an hour or so at 325, and so I am.
This is a no-baste recipe.
I should add that while I’ve never roasted a chicken before, I’m an expert on roasting turkeys.
Sorry, photos are being held for Cynthia’s project.
But the house smells amazing, all garlicky and herby, and…
Well, you get the idea.