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Old 05-26-2008, 08:27 AM   #1
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Roadside Chicken

Roadside Chickenis a family favorite! Had it along with grilled corn and leftover broccoli slaw and pasta salad!

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Old 05-26-2008, 08:52 AM   #2
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MAN That looks good!
RS Chicken is the best!
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That's the stuff JB was trying to make the other day... Good Job Larry...
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Old 05-26-2008, 10:45 AM   #4
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hmmm....just bought some thighs...might have to go roadside
on dem boys....it's my favorite chicken!
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Old 05-26-2008, 11:21 AM   #5
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Lookin' good brother Larry.
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Old 05-26-2008, 11:25 AM   #6
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Thank you shagitz!
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Old 05-26-2008, 11:31 AM   #7
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Thats what I'm talkin about Finee Larry real fine
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Old 05-26-2008, 11:40 AM   #8
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wait, was it finneey or larry?
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Who cares, I'd eat em!!
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Uhhmmmm, looks great!
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Looks wonderful and I love that broccoli salad!
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Looks good there Larry.
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That's some tasty looking bird.
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What's road side chicken??
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Witt told me that its Chicken marinaded in Chivettas, BBQed & sold along the side of the road, Kinda like a roadside veggie stand only selling BBQ.
He also said that up in his area they tend to blacken or crisp up the skin some, mmmmmmm
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What's road side chicken??
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Witt told me that its Chicken marinaded in Chivettas, BBQed & sold along the side of the road, Kinda like a roadside veggie stand only selling BBQ.
He also said that up in his area they tend to blacken or crisp up the skin some, mmmmmmm

I posted the link to the recipe in my original post you blind monkeys!

Here it is again - Roadside Chicken
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Cliff or Dave or someone sent me some Chiavettas, but I like
the recipe from this board better...I made some yesterday but
added a t of dry mustard and a t of tumeric (by accident).
I stilll prefer the original, but there's one more flavor, a fullness,
I'm searching for. I use less oil too....I like the vinegar spice
combo to be STRONG
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[quote=Larry Wolfe]
Quote:
Originally Posted by Rag
What's road side chicken??
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Originally Posted by "007bond-jb":14vqwzrs
Witt told me that its Chicken marinaded in Chivettas, BBQed & sold along the side of the road, Kinda like a roadside veggie stand only selling BBQ.
He also said that up in his area they tend to blacken or crisp up the skin some, mmmmmmm

I posted the link to the recipe in my original post you blind monkeys!

Here it is again - Roadside Chicken[/quote:14vqwzrs]

Opps me monkey no see dat,
BTW Wolfe man what is the acidity of the origanal Chivettas ?
My taste buds say its higher than plain old Heinze white brew.
(you did know vinagars have different acid ratios... Huh?)
I think they use a special brew high acid vinagar in the Chivettas
As the bottle say " marinade meat items for 30 min." And "No MSG"
Dave witty Dog Told me " Max about 6 hours"
Don't take my word take a taste of Chivettas Then a taste of white vinagar
Its good for yer gizzard too
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Old 05-27-2008, 05:56 PM   #19
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[quote=007bond-jb][quote="Larry Wolfe":2f0bt53m]
Quote:
Originally Posted by Rag
What's road side chicken??
Quote:
Originally Posted by "007bond-jb":2f0bt53m
Witt told me that its Chicken marinaded in Chivettas, BBQed & sold along the side of the road, Kinda like a roadside veggie stand only selling BBQ.
He also said that up in his area they tend to blacken or crisp up the skin some, mmmmmmm

I posted the link to the recipe in my original post you blind monkeys!

Here it is again - Roadside Chicken[/quote:2f0bt53m]

Opps me monkey no see dat,
BTW Wolfe man what is the acidity of the origanal Chivettas ?
My taste buds say its higher than plain old Heinze white brew.
(you did know vinagars have different acid ratios... Huh?)
I think they use a special brew high acid vinagar in the Chivettas
As the bottle say " marinade meat items for 30 min." And "No MSG"
Dave witty Dog Told me " Max about 6 hours"
Don't take my word take a taste of Chivettas Then a taste of white vinagar
Its good for yer gizzard too [/quote:2f0bt53m]

I don't know the acidic levels and have only had Chivettas once (Thanks Witt) and don't recall it being as vinegary as the RSC recipe. But......I use Apple Cider Vinegar when I make RSC, it has a much better flavor in my opinion than the white vinegar. I also use less oil like Jim.

Just a warning to any that is going to make RSC, make sure you have a spot on your grill that does not have charcoal on it, you will need it because you will get alot of flare ups. The WSM works great for this without a waterpan, you want the flavor of the marinade hitting the coals.
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