I buy a fresh, juicy, Lemon Pepper Rotiserrie chicken "or two" from the supermarket... I get home, cut it into parts, and place pieces "upside down" in a baking pan... I season with salt, fresh ground pepper, dried Oregano, and a generous dusting of garlic powder... I'll do fresh minced garlic if I feel like chopping... I flip the pieces over, "skin side up" and season again the same way... I drizzle extra virgin Olive Oil, and squeeze Lemon juice over it... All this prep takes 3 minutes... I then broil it for 5-7 minutes to let the flavors meld a bit... The skin gets crispy, and I'll spoon some liquid over the pieces before I serve it with lemon wedges... The boring, kinda bland, factory chicken really gets Greek. Smells and tastes great! I imagine how restaurants or stores can handle the time consuming parts of a recipe if I'm pinched for time... Like my "KFC Crispy Strip Chicken Parmegiana"... Let them do the work!