The chicken chest was marinated in a little bit of olive oil, 1/2tsp thyme, 1/2tsp rosemary, 1/2tsp oregano, 2 crushed garlic cloves and fresh ground pepper. It sat covered in the fridge for about an hour before going on the grill.
Joining it on the grill were Jason's (now) famous scalloped potatoes, fresh from the garden. He cut them up really thin, and flattened them out on a piece of aluminum foil that had been lightly sprayed with olive oil.
It's a seasoning salt that is made in the North West Territories. I'm not sure where you can get it here but if you do ever see it, you should probably buy it because it's tasty.
There's a reason I'm not mentioning the asparagus recipe.... it was gross. Continue cooking asparagus as you always did because it will probably taste 10x better than this. After we had consumed some asparagus, we noticed the lemon juice used in the recipe had expired in 2006. Perhaps that played a role in the disgusting flavor? Who's to say...
JASON'S REVIEW: He is busy doing the laundry so I don't want to interupt. He finished everything on his plate, INCLUDING the asparagus! He liked it.
MY REVIEW: The chicken was good and the potatoes smelled like McDonalds. This was really filling and will continue to be really filling in my lunch tomorrow.