For some reason, autumn – especially October – makes me miss The South even more than I do the rest of the year.
So, here’s some old-fashioned southern fried chicken.
Chicken, legs, thighs, breasts 
Shortening, butter flavored
Preheat skillet or fry pan to 350 degrees F (or medium high burner) and melt enough shortening to coat bottom of pan.
Coat chicken with flour and put in hot fat. Cover and cook for about 8 minutes.
Sprinkle salt, pepper, and poultry seasons over chicken
Turn chicken, cook 10 minutes.
Turn heat down to 300 degrees F. (medium low burner).
Turn chicken and cook for 10 minutes on each side.
Remove to plate with paper towel to rest. Serve.
I found this recipe on Facebook at the Granny’s Favourite Cookbook site.
 What’s wrong with just sayin’ “Whole chicken, cut up”?