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Old 08-10-2007, 12:32 PM
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Help needed on the drunk chicken

Ok so tomorrow is my birthday and I am going to the lake with the boat and my bbq. I have been hearing such good things about the beer can chicken, I have to try it I already picked up the chicken and the chicken/beer holders what I need is the best way (Seasoning, temp, how long ect....)to cook them. I am gonna have a bunch of people there so I really don't wanna look like an arse!!!! And just so you know stump I do know the proper way to dispose of the half a can of beer i don't need. Any and all help will be appreciated.




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Old 08-10-2007, 12:40 PM
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my wife rubs it down in tony chacheries all over it, and doesnt put it over direct heat, just off to the side of the coals, it takes about an hour or so to kook


drink beer and wait
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Old 08-10-2007, 12:45 PM
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Thanks stump I have a gas grill but will work the same.
I kinda expected you to be the first reply to a thread with drunk in the title.lol
I have never heard of tony chacheries is it in the super markets
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Old 08-10-2007, 12:46 PM
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Should I cook it on hi med or low not over direct heat of course?
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Old 08-10-2007, 12:55 PM
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yeah you can get it at walmart or any grocery store


my wife was tellin me the directions but now she left for work, but ill tell her to get on later and better explain thing, cause i dont cook i just eat
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Old 08-10-2007, 12:59 PM
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That would be awesome i really want to try it thanks for all the help stump
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Do you have a battery operated thermometer probe?
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Old 08-10-2007, 01:55 PM
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Like this??????

Amazon.com: Pyrex Digital Probe Oven Thermometer/ Timer: Kitchen & Dining

It'll work in your bbq that way you'll know it's done.
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Old 08-10-2007, 02:15 PM
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Here's a recipe I found on line that gives good directions:
You can use these spices in the recipe or just go to any store & get a can of Tony Chachere's (it's just a Cajun spice so any kind of Cajun spice would work.) I just rub the outside of my chicken with the Tony's.

Drunk Chicken
INGREDIENTS
1 (2 to 3 pound) whole chicken
1 (12 fluid ounce) can beer
5 tablespoons poultry seasoning
4 dashes liquid smoke flavoring
4 bay leaves
1 long metal skewer
DIRECTIONS
Rinse and dry the chicken. Remove excess fat and leave skin on. Lift skin from breast and thigh areas, slide bay leaves under skin. Coat chicken with poultry seasoning.
Drink half the can of beer, pour liquid smoke into remaining beer. Raise tab on beer can until it is in the straight up position.
Insert beer can into chicken from the bottom until even with bottom of chicken. Insert skewer through the wing, ribs, tab on beer can, and out the opposite side. (this keeps the can from falling out the chicken).
Prepare grill: light the coals, and when they are ready, spread coals to form a ring around the outside edge of the grill.
Place chicken in center standing up on can to cook. Cover and cook for two hours.
Remove carefully from grill so as not to spill the contents of the can. Remove skewer and beer can, let chicken sit for fifteen minutes before cutting.

If you have one of those stands you do not have to do all the skewering they are talking about in this recipe, it will hold up the chicken and the can with not problem.

Oh yeah & when your rinsing your chicken get all the stuff like the neck & all that stuff out of the inside of the bird. When I do chickens thay are ususally all in a bag inside the chicken.
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Banshee34 is right a thermometer would be a good idea because under cooked chicken is no good :vomit:

Good luck !!! I'm sure it is going to be good.
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YEP. Im definately hungry now.
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