4-5 sprigs fresh rosemary
white cooking wine
Pour enough cooking wine into the pot to just cover the bottom. Slice the lemon in half and quarter one half. Place a sprig of rosemary and a quarter of lemon in the cavity of each hen. Cut the other half of the lemon into slices. Place a lemon slice and rosemary sprig on top of each hen and around the hens in the pot. Sprinkle with salt and pepper. Cook on HIGH about 4-5 hours, LOW for 7-8 hours.
In the spirit of Valentine's Day I thought I could get creative! These make a very pretty presentation and are so easy to make. Add some wild rice and broccoli and you have a delicious, healthy, beautiful meal. How do I eat these things? There is a couple of different ways to serve this. You could just place the entire bird on your plate and have at it! I can't always eat the whole thing, so I prefer to cut it in half. Just take your kitchen sheers or some sharp scissors and cut from front to back along the breast bone. This leaves half a breast, a leg, and a wing on each side to eat. It's kinda crunchy when you cut it, but it is not hard and I think it makes it much easier to eat. Have some chicks at home? Depending on the size of your pot, I think you could probably squeeze one offspring into here! Or, just use a whole chicken, placing more lemon (probably 1/2-3/4 lemon) and rosemary into the cavity.