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Old 05-08-2006, 04:19 PM   #1
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Rotis Chicken

Doing a Rotis chicken with Tsunami Spin Rub from Dizzy Pig. Packed the inside with onion, garlic, and celery. I'll keep you posted.
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Old 05-08-2006, 04:48 PM   #2
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Doing a Rotis chicken with Tsunami Spin Rub from Dizzy Pig. Packed the inside with onion, garlic, and celery. I'll keep you posted.
What are you cooking that on Bill? Grill and rotis type. I've been looking for those type of prongs to replace those on my Weber. Chicken is lookin' good!
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Old 05-08-2006, 05:24 PM   #3
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Bill TGG that's why Gary only invited me over for the tri tip, because you never invite us! That chicken's looking good! I have some of that Tsunami Rub and it's purdy darn good!
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that bird looks good... and what a combination.. I WISH I'D THOUGHT OF THAT!!
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Bird came out nice. Did you eat the stuffing, or was that just for flavor?
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Bird came out nice. Did you eat the stuffing, or was that just for flavor?
Hey GH, I'm not being a smart ass, but the bird wasn't done in that pic! 8-[
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Bird came out nice. Did you eat the stuffing, or was that just for flavor?
Hey GH, I'm not being a smart ass, but the bird wasn't done in that pic! 8-[[/quote:1844v4mj]
No prob..I am reading this in my car at work. I didn't hit the bigger pic. Looked like it was done in the post
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Okay, a big thanks to Gary for the idea. The bird was very, very moist. I did have a flare up on the gasser so the outside did not look that great. Loved the flavor. The stuffing was just for to keep the inside moist. I think that I will take ALL the left overs and make a chicken soup tomorrow.

The sides included garlic mashers and fried squash. Sorry no pics of the sides.

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Bird came out nice. Did you eat the stuffing, or was that just for flavor?
Hey GH, I'm not being a smart ass, but the bird wasn't done in that pic! 8-[[/quote:w5r7q3pe]
No prob..I am reading this in my car at work. I didn't hit the bigger pic. Looked like it was done in the post [/quote:w5r7q3pe]

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It is not like I am paid on commission or anything :biggrin:
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