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(Poultry) - (The International Jewish Cook Book)

Take young spring chickens of one to one and one-half pounds in weight,
and split down the back, break the joints and remove the breast bone.
Sprinkle with salt and pepper and rub well with chicken-fat. Place in
broiler and broil twenty minutes over a clear fire, or under the flame
in broiling oven of gas stove, being careful to turn broiler that all
parts may be equally browned. The flesh side must be exposed to the fire
the greater part of the time as the skin side will brown quickly. Remove
to hot platter.
Or chicken may be placed in dripping pan, skin side down, seasoned with
salt and pepper and spread with chicken-fat, and bake fifteen minutes in
a hot oven and then broiled to finish.

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