Girls were off school today and I was off work so we had a nice roaring toasty fire going all day in the den with a nice bed of coals under the grate. We do this a few times a year when it's fireplace season. A nice chicken breast quarter for each of us, brushed with olive oil and sprinkled more or less liberally according to taste with Spice World Soul Food Seasoning. Seal in heavy duty foil. A baking potato for each, similarly treated. Shove up under the grate in the bed of coals for about 40 minutes, turn it over halfway through. Man it's good, chicken nice and moist, and both always absorb some of the smoky charbroiled flavor, just right. We didn't have any corn on the cob or would have done that too. Also works great with beef or pork but you have to be careful. An onion is really good too. A nice, simple, humble dinner that is hard to beat. The first time or two we ever did this, the girls said Ewww we're not eating that. Now, there's no complaining, just a lot of eating. Give it a try. Huh. Wouldn't let me edit the title.