Woodberry Kitchen's Spike Gjerde Makes a Quintessential Roasted Chicken with Vegetables


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Located in a converted 19th century factory that once helped build America’s railroads, Baltimore’s Woodberry Kitchen turns out wholesome, hearty food drawn from the farms and fisheries of the Chesapeake. It’s quality cooking, traditional at the same time it’s innovative. It’s chef Spike Gjerde’s perfect roasted chicken, cooked in a cast-iron pan.

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