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Old 07-05-2007, 08:49 AM   #1
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Beer Can and Spatchcocked Chicken

Tuesday I did a Beer Can chicken and it was very flavorful.

Yesterday I did a Spatchcocked Chicken and while it was good it wasn't that great. I needed a little more spice or something. Here are the pictures.




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Old 07-05-2007, 10:38 AM   #2
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I really like spatchcock chicken...its the only way I do whole birds now! Looking good!!
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Old 07-05-2007, 11:16 AM   #3
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Looks good!!! what beer did you use?
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Old 07-05-2007, 11:43 AM   #4
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Man thats some fine lookin birds
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Very nice looking yard birds
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Looks great C
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Re: Beer Can and Spatchcocked Chicken

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Yesterday I did a Spatchcocked Chicken and while it was good it wasn't that great. I needed a little more spice or something.
Just curious, what did you have on it?

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Re: Beer Can and Spatchcocked Chicken

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Looks good!!! what beer did you use?
I don't drink but I bought a 12 pack years ago for beer bread so I used it. The beer is (Aged) Busch Ice.


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Just curious, what did you have on it?

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I used mustard and TexasBBQRub. I usually use this combination when I do chicken breast or thighs.
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C do you have a recipe for the beer bread? My wife buys a mix but that's boxed and into the bread maker it goes.
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C do you have a recipe for the beer bread? My wife buys a mix but that's boxed and into the bread maker it goes.
My wife uses the box stuff (from Pampered Chef) also. I wish I did have a recipe...I guess I'll have to do a Web search. Maybe 007 (with the foam on top) my have a recipe.
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C do you have a recipe for the beer bread? My wife buys a mix but that's boxed and into the bread maker it goes.
My wife uses the box stuff (from Pampered Chef) also. I wish I did have a recipe...I guess I'll have to do a Web search. Maybe 007 (with the foam on top) my have a recipe.
Dude that is the same stuff my wife buys
It really is tasty though!!!
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Cleglue,

See my post in the Rib and Chicken Rub thread on the General Barbecue forum for a chicken prep I think you might like for grilled chicken -- spatched or not.

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Cleglue,

See my post in the Rib and Chicken Rub thread on the General Barbecue forum for a chicken prep I think you might like for grilled chicken -- spatched or not.

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I just printed it.
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I like chicken, especially when it looks that good.
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