When I was younger, I fell in love with the rotisserie cooked chickens that they sold at the grocery store where I worked. I would always buy one on break or lunch, and eat part of it, and then stick it in the fridge in the break room. Once my shift was over, I would go get it and take it home to make sandwiches later. I want to buy a rotisserie oven now so that I can make the same style of chicken at home in my own kitchen.
I really like chickens cooked in this manner, and the main reason for this is that they are just so moist and tender. I am not even sure what it is about the cooking process that makes them turn out to be so tender. It is definitely interesting though and something that I would like to read more about at some point if I have the spare time to do so.
I am planning on making a feast of rotisserie chickens once I purchase my new oven and I think that I am going to cook at least 5 of them, and do some different things with them. I have a good recipe for home made chicken noodle soup that I want to try, making everything from scratch. I have never made noodles from scratch before, but it does not really sound that hard, and my mother used to do it. I think I remember some of her technique, but I should call her up and see what she has to say about it. Maybe she could give me some advice. I am excited just thinking about the thought of eating that delicious, moist and succulent chicken again. I like to just cut off a few pieces and eat it on bread with some fresh cracked black pepper and mayo.