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Old 05-07-2007, 09:39 PM   #1
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Beer in the rear chicken

You can buy a beer can chicken holder (or your other favorite beverage) at Academy. Or online at several places. Wash the can of beverage, consume about half so that it will boil with the heat and “inject” the chicken with the steam of the beverage. Place a seasoned whole chicken, salt and pepper are just fine, on top of the can and place on top of your grill. If you are cooking over an open fire, make a teepee out of foil so as to keep the heat in. This also works well on a gas grill just don’t forget the wood chips for that good smokey flavor. If you don’t have a holder for the can and chicken don’t fret. You can perform a balancing act with the can and chicken it’s just a little harder.

After about an hour on the grill, I take the setup and roll it around “spilling” the beverage into the chicken for extra moisture.

Depending on how hot your grill is it should take about 2 hours to cook through.

The chicken will be an awesome tender!

Enjoy!!



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Old 05-07-2007, 11:30 PM   #2
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I got one of them, works awsome.
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Old 05-08-2007, 08:22 AM   #3
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I've got both a dual and a single holder. I've been doing this for years without the holders and when I discoverd them I was kinda disapointed. I thought I and only a select few in the know cooked their chicken like that. Now the secret is out.
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