John, There is lots of garlic in that bird, three cloves. …

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John,

There is lots of garlic in that bird, three cloves. I have used lemon many times, sometimes an orange – so amazing with rosemary – but I wanted to keep this super simple – and crisp! I keep meaning to get up the road to Bisson’s – thanks for the reminder.

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