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Old 06-26-2006, 12:22 PM   #1
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Roadside chicken tonight

Going to try RSC tonignt. I didn't get off to a very good start. While making up the marinade I misread the recipe and added tb's of white pepper instead of tsp's. I was able to salvage my creation by pouring it all out of the container and seperating the dry contents. The oil had made the dry contents lump so I didn't have to start all over.
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Old 06-26-2006, 12:57 PM   #2
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Going to try RSC tonignt. I didn't get off to a very good start. While making up the marinade I misread the recipe and added tb's of white pepper instead of tsp's. I was able to salvage my creation by pouring it all out of the container and seperating the dry contents. The oil had made the dry contents lump so I didn't have to start all over.
Cliff that would have been okay. I always add alot more pepper than what it calls for. Hope you like the RSC, don't forget to take pic's!
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Old 06-26-2006, 12:59 PM   #3
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I did RSC last week and it turned out great, the only thing I would suggest is not letting it marinate for up to the 2 hours that it says you can. I did and found the thighs to be a bit vinegar-y but the legs turned out very good.
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Old 06-26-2006, 01:11 PM   #4
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I did RSC last week and it turned out great, the only thing I would suggest is not letting it marinate for up to the 2 hours that it says you can. I did and found the thighs to be a bit vinegar-y but the legs turned out very good.
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MFB, did you use white or apple cider vinegar? I use AC vinegar and let the chicken marinade overnight. The flavor is pretty balanced, but you can tell there's vinegar in it, but it's not overpowering. I find white vinegar to be harsh tasting, the only thing I use it for is cleaning my coffee pot!
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I did RSC last week and it turned out great, the only thing I would suggest is not letting it marinate for up to the 2 hours that it says you can. I did and found the thighs to be a bit vinegar-y but the legs turned out very good.
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MFB, did you use white or apple cider vinegar? I use AC vinegar and let the chicken marinade overnight. The flavor is pretty balanced, but you can tell there's vinegar in it, but it's not overpowering. I find white vinegar to be harsh tasting, the only thing I use it for is cleaning my coffee pot![/quote:39n6iav2]

Yeah, I used the white vinegar without even thinking next time I'll use apple cider vinegar and instead of white pepper I'll use some cracked black pepper (I think that's what you used in your last posting) PLUS instead of indirect cooking for the first 10 min or so I'll do like 10 min indirect and 3-5 direct.
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Old 06-26-2006, 02:27 PM   #6
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I have got this idea that I am going to be able to rotate the whole grate from direct for applying marinade and then to indirect for cooking. Does anyone see a problem?
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It looks like something off of CSI right now. I made use of the big pickle jar that I had sitting around.

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Making good use of the gas grill.

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Well Cliff give us an update!!!
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Old 06-26-2006, 05:27 PM   #11
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They are getting there

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Looking good Cliff, don't forget to baste often!!!
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Looks good buddy... more pics. =D>
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They turned out good. Tasted great. I will be using the marinade again.


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Great job Cliff! Isn't that a great recipe?
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Looks great Cliff. =P~
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Looks awesome!
Indeed ...wonderful stuff.
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