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Old 04-02-2009, 01:33 PM   #1
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Beer Can Chicken

Stuck a half can of beer up the chickens butt, rubbed it inside and out with butter then added Blues Hog and cooked the little beauty at 350 until the wings pulled easily way. It was one of best I've done, very moist.





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Old 04-02-2009, 02:21 PM   #2
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Do look good. Now am I gathering the story right that you put the Blues Hawg on the raw chicken? Cooking at them temps I woulda swore it woulda burnt that stuff. I messed up some purty good ribs one time just trying to glaze with it after they was cooked. Bill musta put some kinda sun tan lotion anti burning stuff in it.

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Old 04-02-2009, 02:43 PM   #3
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Looking good - we love it that way round here
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Yard bird looks good.......................
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Old 04-02-2009, 09:28 PM   #5
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Real nice looking clucker Toby.
Very graphic prep description too.........
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Nice looking chicken!
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Old 04-03-2009, 05:08 AM   #7
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Fine looking chick! Are those stands easy to clean?
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Looks Birdyfull
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Fine looking chick! Are those stands easy to clean?
Real pain in the butt. Kinda' like cleaning a rib rack.
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Fine looking chick! Are those stands easy to clean?
Real pain in the butt. Kinda' like cleaning a rib rack.
I spray mine with Pam then soak overnight following the cook and they clean up fairly easily.
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Fine looking chick! Are those stands easy to clean?
Real pain in the butt. Kinda' like cleaning a rib rack.
I spray mine with Pam then soak overnight following the cook and they clean up fairly easily.[/quote:qvcgyu23]
Good idea. Thanks BD.
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Fine looking chick! Are those stands easy to clean?
Real pain in the butt. Kinda' like cleaning a rib rack.
That sounds like a serial killer remark...
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I wonder why everybody is dodging my question as to whether the boy put Blues Hawg sauce on there from the raw state then cooked it at 350. Ain't accusing anybody of being a chicken *hit of course..but I do detect some with henhouse ways around heah. Don't get me riled up. I aint from Binghamton Noo Yawk..I'm packing I shoot an apple off your haid just like William Tell and neva break skin. That be from a hundred yards with both eyes closed and from the hip.

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I wonder why everybody is dodging my question as to whether the boy put Blues Hawg sauce on there from the raw state then cooked it at 350. Ain't accusing anybody of being a chicken *hit of course..but I do detect some with henhouse ways around heah. Don't get me riled up. I aint from Binghamton Noo Yawk..I'm packing I shoot an apple off your haid just like William Tell and neva break skin. That be from a hundred yards with both eyes closed and from the hip.

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Maybe the Blues Hog was a Rub?
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I wonder why everybody is dodging my question as to whether the boy put Blues Hawg sauce on there from the raw state then cooked it at 350. Ain't accusing anybody of being a chicken *hit of course..but I do detect some with henhouse ways around heah. Don't get me riled up. I aint from Binghamton Noo Yawk..I'm packing I shoot an apple off your haid just like William Tell and neva break skin. That be from a hundred yards with both eyes closed and from the hip.

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Hey BW, I rubbed it with butta and then Blues Hawg when the bird was raw. Cooked up real nice.
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I wonder why everybody is dodging my question as to whether the boy put Blues Hawg sauce on there from the raw state then cooked it at 350. Ain't accusing anybody of being a chicken *hit of course..but I do detect some with henhouse ways around heah. Don't get me riled up. I aint from Binghamton Noo Yawk..I'm packing I shoot an apple off your haid just like William Tell and neva break skin. That be from a hundred yards with both eyes closed and from the hip.

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Hey BW, I rubbed it with butta and then Blues Hawg when the bird was raw. Cooked up real nice.
Blues howg Rub or sauce?
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Surely not the rub..that got cinnamon in it.

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Surely not the rub..that got cinnamon in it.

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Nope used the rub and it was great!
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Ahh ok. I kept telling him to take it out. Maybe he decided to smarten up and listen to me

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