At Rôtisserie Georgette, Rotisserie Chicken is a Labor of Love

Liz Grossman

In America, you may pop into your bodega for gum, milk or the newspaper. In France, the tiny markets churn out rotisserie chickens. “When you’re in France it’s almost like a little bodega store you go into and grab a chicken and go,” says Chef Stephanie Abrams of Rôtisserie Georgette in New York City. “It’s your classic Sunday-evening meal or something you quickly grab for lunch.” Rôtisserie Georgette owner...