The Roast Chicken That’s Made on a Medieval Contraption in Brooklyn — The Meat Show

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Hell’s Chicken is served on Sunday nights at Achilles Heel, the bar at the edge of Brooklyn, and of the Andrew Tarlow empire. The birds are cooked over live coals and finished in cast iron, all on an outdoor grill that evokes a medieval torturer’s dungeon. Watch as Nick Solares takes part in this unique Sunday ritual.

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