I used a recipe from America's Test Kitchen and tweaked slightly. Instead of the traditional brick you can use a cast iron skillet loaded with several cans or a large stockpot filled with water. It is important to use a non-stick pan beneath, so the skin doesn't have a chance to stick. This is the first time that I have eaten the skin from the chicken in years, due to health issues, but it is was a rare treat! It is also very pretty. Update: I changed this slightly so that I could add a little more flavor to the meat and not just the skin by adding the spices under the skin before cooking instead of over the skin. As much as I love the original recipe, I can't eat too much skin, so this is is another alternative.