no pics till next week. As usual, got busy. I had a couple of "helpers" from the station. Soon as we got there, I gave em 2 whole roasters and said, go in the house, pull out the giblets, wash em, pat em dry, and bring em back out in this aluminum pan. They go inside, where our host had to do it. They didn't know what giblets were. They were scared to put their hands inside the cavity. Eventually the birds were brought back out, and although everything was a little later than I planned, the timing for having everything ready was almost perfect.
The bad: I wish the chicken thighs and even the beer butt chicken skins had been a little crispier. I may need to clean the burners of my big grill.
I've gotten accustomed to my kettle, and the gasser just doesn't do as good a job.
The good....people raved about the beer butt chicken. I mean they went nuts over it. Most had never heard about it, which shocks me, but hey, not everyone does what we do!
Just a couple of comments for my thighs, which I like way better.
Several comments on the beans. A very good cook, nothing went wrong, I didn't get rained on for the first time in 3 cooks. :biggrin:
Hey, if you can impress people with chicken, it's a good thing.
Too bad I wouldn't do pork for them...I don't think they could handle it!
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