So-so recipe, except: chicken, when dry and then dusted with flour, is very crispy. But so it is also with panko or fresh bread crumbs. Or nothing. If one knows what they're doing. I suppose the Lawry's seasoned salt is OK, more or less. A matter of taste.
Otherwise, it sounds like he hasn't eaten (or cooked) very much chicken. Brining or soaking in buttermilk overnight, adds hugely to flavor, juiciness and tenderness of white meat (which he thankfully doesn't tackle; his method would turn it into chicken leather). The dark meat becomes succulent. And eating the third section of the wing, bone and all? Come on...ever heard of stock?
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