While many might think that rotisserie chicken is a new-age thing, it’s not. The practice of cooking rotisserie chicken dates back to the 1300s. Many paintings from that era depict... Who's Online | Find Members | Private Messages
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National Rotisserie Chicken Day

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1 month ago - Wednesday 6/2/21 - 11:39:10 PM EST (GMT-5)
While many might think that rotisserie chicken is a new-age thing, it’s not. The practice of cooking rotisserie chicken dates back to the 1300s. Many paintings from that era depict this method of roasting. Of course, back then, rotating a rotisserie chicken had to be done by hand.

The invention of motor-driven rotisseries changed the entire scenario, which made rotisserie chicken into a mainstream mass-produced dish. Stores and many supermarkets have been selling rotisserie chicken for the better part of the last century. The first mentions of the rotisserie chicken go as far back as the 1930s.

National Rotisserie Chicken Day, on the other hand, is a pretty new phenomenon. The Boston Market Restaurants founded this day in April 2015. This day was meant to celebrate the delicious and tender chicken, which is achieved through the slow rotisserie cooking process.

1 month ago - Wednesday 6/2/21 - 11:39:21 PM EST (GMT-5)
In the present day, with many busy households, this form of chicken preparation has become more popular. To add to this, the health benefits of rotisserie chicken are numerous and, thus, its popularity is growing, and so is the popularity of the day.

Since the day was established in 2015, each year, about 600 million rotisserie chickens are sold in the U.S. alone and many of them are being sold by big stores like Costco and Walmart.
1 month ago - Wednesday 6/2/21 - 11:53:48 PM EST (GMT-5)
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1 month ago - Thursday 6/10/21 - 4:28:03 PM EST (GMT-5)
Chicken was a luxury food before mass production made it more affordable. In the mid Sixties British fish and chip shops expanded their market by fitting rotisserie chicken machines in front of their window.



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