I did something plain and simple but the chicken was cooked to absolute perfection. It took me a while to learn how to do that. In the Savoy Hotel in London they had a carving trolley every night. It was a big silver thing on wheels and the carver was a Hungarian who prided himself on his knowledge of languages. He was even able to say hello to me in gaelic. All the roasts were done to absolute perfection. They were golden, shone under the lights and made a spectacular sight on the huge, highly polished silver trolley. They don't do things like that anymore in hotel dining rooms.
Some peas and a little mashed potato. It was almost like Sunday at home.
This chicken cost $3.05. This is one meal, tomorrow I will make a chicken and tomato sandwich with matchstick or oven fries and on Sunday I will make a big pot of chicken and tomato soup with rice. Hope nobody comes to visit or all my plans will go awry.