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Old 09-24-2006, 05:44 PM   #1
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Wolfe Rubbed Beer Can Chicken

One chicken rubbed with the original Wolfe Rub(From Myrtle, thanks bud!)
Basted in Canola oil to crisp up the skin as it cooked.
The sides were as follows.
Broccoli salad(A summertime side, but it seems summer is now leaving)
Grilled garlic bread( minced garlic, lemon zest, evoo, fresh cracked pepper, kosher salt, a little butter, fresh flat leaf parsley, and a little mozzerella with sun-dried tomatoes and basil on top.





I hope everyone enjoys the pic's.
There not the best, it seems ever since our Southern vacation there is sand stuck in the wrong places( In the camera )

Almost forgot.......Apple pie in the oven
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Old 09-24-2006, 05:48 PM   #2
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Looks like the poor little guy never had a chance..sniff sniff...but to look on the bright side..he looks purty dang tasty. Good job!

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The background in the 2 pics don't match.... did ya have a rain issue during the cook and have to move indoors?
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Those pics look great. The only complaint I would have is in the bird's choice of beer.

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Old 09-24-2006, 05:51 PM   #5
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The background in the 2 pics don't match.... did ya have a rain issue during the cook and have to move indoors?
Man you don't miss a trick
The weather turned crappy about midway through the cook. I had to turn the cooker underneath the eaves of my garage.
Anyways.....what did you think?
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Old 09-24-2006, 05:54 PM   #6
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Those pics look great. The only complaint I would have is in the bird's choice of beer.

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Naw thats a great beer to have the bird sit on. The one that goes in YOU should be better!
Good looking grub Dude!
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Those pics look great. The only complaint I would have is in the bird's choice of beer.

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Ya don't drink BUG LITE up there in Alaska Griff???

What's the Eskimos choice of beer up there?

I know I went to Nova Scotia one time and they all drink WARM beer up there... they claim you can drink a lot more....cold beer gets you drunk too quick.... maybe they are good at "Q"..... they already know how to get a slowwwwwwww burn out of their beer.

OK , if you can drink more when it's warm.......is the BUZZ twice as strong once it kicks in????

I dunno, I still can't get past the second WARM one.
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Man Poof............. that looked great. Your cooking dinner next time you show up to a comp we're at.
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The background in the 2 pics don't match.... did ya have a rain issue during the cook and have to move indoors?
Man you don't miss a trick
The weather turned crappy about midway through the cook. I had to turn the cooker underneath the eaves of my garage.
Anyways.....what did you think?
Looked like some DANG FINE chicken to me.......mouths watering!

GOOD JOB!

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Puffy, that chicken is outrageous!!!!! Man, that's gotta be one of the best beer butt chickens I've ever seen. Then when I see the sliced pic's that proved it, that was definitely a very very moist chicken!!! Great job brother!!
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