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Old 09-27-2006, 04:58 PM   #1
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Couple of chickens

running out for a quick trip to VA and TX this weekend so the wife asked me to do up a couple of chickens before I left. Rubbed 'em down with a little swamp venom and cooked over lump and a few chunks of cherry. Turned out nice and juicy.



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What part of VA will you be in. If your in the Central VA area, give me a call. We'll have a cold one.
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poppin into Roanoke for some work on Friday, then out early Saturday morning to head to Dallas. I wish I had more time in the area. I would've enjoyed buying you a cold one...or two
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Chickens do look good. How do you keep them so light in color?
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Old 09-27-2006, 06:58 PM   #5
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Swamp venom?
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Swamp venom?
I think it is dizzy pig rub but am not sure.

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Old 09-27-2006, 07:29 PM   #7
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NIck, there arent any skin eaters at the house so I just give them a nice rub up under the skin then brush a touch of oil on the skin and give another little shake and usually cook on the top rack without the pan at 300-325. Turns out juicy and flavorful, but no award winning skin for me. even if I could get it to do that I would probably still pull it off then slice or pull the meat. Chris was right the swamp venom is a Dizzy Pig rub, They were next to Brian J at NH . I like it for chicken, even put it in the flour when I fry it up.
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NIck, there arent any skin eaters at the house so I just give them a nice rub up under the skin then brush a touch of oil on the skin and give another little shake and usually cook on the top rack without the pan at 300-325. Turns out juicy and flavorful, but no award winning skin for me. even if I could get it to do that I would probably still pull it off then slice or pull the meat. Chris was right the swamp venom is a Dizzy Pig rub, They were next to Brian J at NH . I like it for chicken, even put it in the flour when I fry it up.
By the name I would think it's hot & spicy? Or no?
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not too hot, its a good blend of flavors though, Its a good blend of chiles and spices. I think they market it as a "Southern" flavor.
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