Half a croissant, on a plate, with a sign in front of it saying '50c'
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Inside Chicken Cooker

Cook a chicken from the inside
 
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The easiest way to cook a chicken: simply pop this handsome non-stick spheroid into a raw chicken. It’s 10 cm in diameter, so it takes a bit of a shove to insert it, but once in position, it fits snugly. Plug in the attached cord and stand back while the spheroid heats up to 200º C. After about an hour, your chicken is perfectly cooked. Unplug, carve and eat.
AO, Jun 02 2003

kind of like this... http://216.239.53.1...y%22&hl=en&ie=UTF-8
...but electric-powered. [oatcake, Oct 04 2004, last modified Oct 05 2004]

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       Yuk.
snarfyguy, Jun 02 2003
  

       Tender and juicy on the inside, warm and slimy on the outside. Double yuk.
Cedar Park, Jun 02 2003
  

       Kalua pork is typically cooked from the inside using heated lava rocks. [link]
oatcake, Jun 03 2003
  

       Cedar: But just think how much gravy you'd get...
st3f, Jun 03 2003
  

       Very imaginative [dag]. I can see this being useful for campers who can't build a fire (for whatever reason). It's kind of creepy to imagine a chicken sitting and cooking on the open counter top, but still a very ingenious idea, even if it is already baked (haha) by the Kaluans.
k_sra, Jun 03 2003
  

       I'm going to go ahead and call you a chicken fetishist and get it out of the way. Bird fucker.   

       It might be a useful accompaniment (bleh, that's misspelled) to your regular oven. Still, I just can't keep the sexual connotations out.
Eugene, Jun 03 2003
  

       Does your chicken need a little chicken jacket to contain the heat, or does it cook properly with just the spheroid? The Hawaiian Pigs have both internal and external heat as well as a covered pit.
Amos Kito, Jun 04 2003
  
      
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