Thanks for all the replies, everyone! I really appreciate the help on the chicken/seasoning mix issue.
I do have another, completely unrelated, question, however. Where I'm from, central heating and air in a house is a given. In fact, it's FAR more uncommon to come across a home with a window unit than central air, and in my experience, it's usually because the central air unit in the home has quit working and the family cannot afford to replace it. I have never seen a radiator in real life, and I have never known anyone to not have central heat built into their home.
When I watch shows about buying houses in states outside of the south (I live near Atlanta, GA), I often see "central heat" on wish lists, or they don't take any notice of radiators, which would be a huge
turn-off for me in buying a home. So... How common are central heating and air systems in other parts of the country?