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Old 06-15-2006, 07:14 PM   #1
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Road Side Chicken

My wife is having a potluck lunch at work tomorrow and asked me to make some Road Side Chicken for her. I snuck a couple piece for us to munch on and they turned out great!

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Old 06-15-2006, 07:19 PM   #2
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I see lots'a flavor on that chicken! LOL! What's your plan to reheat and keep the skin? Damn, that looks good!! =P~
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Old 06-15-2006, 07:19 PM   #3
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Hi Larry,
Looking goood. I just ate and you are still making me hungry.

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Old 06-15-2006, 07:24 PM   #4
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I see lots'a flavor on that chicken! LOL! What's your plan to reheat and keep the skin? Damn, that looks good!! =P~
I think they're just gonna warm it in the oven. I was asked to cook, not reheat!! 8-
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med in the oven though. The skind on RSC at least for me is never crispy.

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Hi Larry,
Looking goood. I just ate and you are still making me hungry.

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John fire up that smoker and cook something!!!
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A rack of spares is going on Sunday.
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Old 06-15-2006, 08:16 PM   #6
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Chicken looks good =P~ . I'll have to try some of that.
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Looks good.
I have got to do that RSChicken one day.
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I will second that!!
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Chicken looks good =P~ . I'll have to try some of that.
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Looks good.
I have got to do that RSChicken one day.
What are you guys waiting for, thats some good eats!
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How do you make RS chicken
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How do you make RS chicken
Recipe is in the "Poultry Recipes" forum. Here's a quick link.
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Looks good Larry, are those just legs and breasts???
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Chicken looks good =P~ . I'll have to try some of that.
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Looks good.
I have got to do that RSChicken one day.
What are you guys waiting for, thats some good eats!
I’ve been on a pig kick lately…….When I move on to chicken that will be on my list
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Thanks for the info. Im going to have to try this on the family.
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Shore looks good. I gotta get around to trying this one out.
Did the re-heat dry it out any? I might do a batch in advance if it worked out ok.
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Oh WOW. That IS chicken. period. =P~ =P~ =P~ =P~ =P~
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Man I have to make some that =P~
Looks good Larry =D>
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That Roadside Chicken is awesome! I've cooked it both on the gasser outdoors and on my electric indoor grill. It was good either way. Also works well on pork.
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That Roadside Chicken is awesome! I've cooked it both on the gasser outdoors and on my electric indoor grill. It was good either way. Also works well on pork.
Pork eh? Sounds Gooood!
I got some country style Ribs (we all know better) that I'm gunna grill tomorrow. I'm gunna try the RS recipe on them buggers.

What cut of piggie dig you use Allie?
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That Roadside Chicken is awesome! I've cooked it both on the gasser outdoors and on my electric indoor grill. It was good either way. Also works well on pork.
Pork eh? Sounds Gooood!
I got some country style Ribs (we all know better) that I'm gunna grill tomorrow. I'm gunna try the RS recipe on them buggers.

What cut of piggie dig you use Allie?
My wife says there used to be a guy in Tx that used to used a very similar recipe on ribs and she says they were good. Next time I get a 3 pack of ribs I'll do one rack with the RSC marinade.
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