Roast two chickens at once

The Two-in-One Vertical Chicken Roaster can increase your capacity for roast chicken.

The Two-in-One Vertical Chicken Roaster
The Two-in-One Vertical Chicken Roaster Williams-Sonoma

Roast chicken is one of those meals that isn't just traditional -- it's also very tasty. It's even better when you can roast two chickens at once. The Two-in-One Vertical Chicken Roaster holds two chickens upright at once, typically over a grill. It has a vented center cone for each chicken, which can be filled with beer, wine or other savory liquids so that your chicken stays moist throughout the entire roasting process. It also infuses each chicken with flavors that a traditional roasting pan just can't provide. The cones are designed to minimize leaks, while the base is perforated, which allows fat to drop off of the chickens as they roast.

The Two-in-One Vertical Chicken Roaster is designed with outdoor grills in mind, offering a way to get roast chicken year round while not heating up the whole kitchen during the summer. Clean up is very simple: the roaster is dishwasher-safe. It can get very hot while sitting on a grill so it is important to exercise caution while picking it up. The Two-in-One Vertical Chicken Roaster measures 17.75 inches by 11.5 inches by 4 inches high. The roaster is constructed entirely from stainless steel and can support birds weighing up to 5 pounds. The Two-in-One Vertical Chicken Roaster is priced at $49.95.

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    Thursday Bram is a freelance journalist of over five years experience. She has worked in real estate and property management, learning the hard way the difference between the appliances that people like and the appliances that actually work in a home. Thursday currently lives in Maryland.


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