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Old 06-28-2009, 10:37 PM   #1
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Chicken Halves Rubbed and Smoked

After seeing some beautiful birds cooked this week I decided to throw one on. Halved a whole fryer and smoked it with some hickory @ 225-250 for about 3-3 1/2 hours.

McCormick Montreal Chicken on the left and S&P on the right :



About two hours in:



Cooling on the platter S&P on left rub on right:



I found the McCormick Montreal Chicken rub to be pretty good. It reminds me of a chicken you would have on a Sunday afternoon at Grandmas house. Highly seasoned mix were the salt,garlic and parsley really gave it that down home taste. No heat at all. Great for getting away from the typical bbq flavors in many rubs for a nice change of pace.
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Old 06-29-2009, 06:07 AM   #2
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Nothing like good yard bird!! Looks delicious.
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Chicken looks wonderful.
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Looks very good. Thanks for the repoat on the Montreal Chicken spice. I had some of that stuff but it been years back. Seems like the aromatics may have been a little overpowering for my taste buds. I know for some reason it lasted a real long time Try this sometime if you aint already. Chef Purdhommes Poultry Magic mixed 50/50 with Lawry's Lemon Peppa. I like to give em an overnight rub and soak in Eyetalian Dressing prior to applying the rub..and be sure to get the rub under the skin. Never did a chicken thataway but I intend to one of these days. Sure works well on Turkey and think they are purty close kin to chickens. Got that tip right off here I think. Thanks to whoever gave it.

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Looks very good. Thanks for the repoat on the Montreal Chicken spice. I had some of that stuff but it been years back. Seems like the aromatics may have been a little overpowering for my taste buds. I know for some reason it lasted a real long time Try this sometime if you aint already. Chef Purdhommes Poultry Magic mixed 50/50 with Lawry's Lemon Peppa. I like to give em an overnight rub and soak in Eyetalian Dressing prior to applying the rub..and be sure to get the rub under the skin. Never did a chicken thataway but I intend to one of these days. Sure works well on Turkey and think they are purty close kin to chickens. Got that tip right off here I think. Thanks to whoever gave it.

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RTB, that looked great and I feel the same way about the Montreal Chicken!

Bigwheel, which way did you do it?
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That looks perfect!
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Good looking bird, I can almost taste it from here.
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Yard Bird looks good.............
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