Beer Can Chicken

Discuss the latest prepared disaster by the chief (oops... or was that 'the chef'?). Success stories welcome as well...
iguazu
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Postby iguazu » Wed May 13, 2009 11:11 am

[quote=""onsite""] prochutio?[/quote]


Prosciutto Pro (roll the r) Shoot (twist lips so upper goes left and lower goes right) Toe (tilt head like you're saying F off in one jerking motion from start to finish)


My beautiful and sweet and considerate girlfriend schooled me on this at one time too. There was nothing beautiful sweet or considerate about it. And I feel like less of a man every time we go into a deli or market because she has to order (or-dah)


I am just trying to help out bro hahaha. I couldn't let you continue with prochutio. One day you'll thank me haha.

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Oils

Postby cranky » Wed May 13, 2009 11:30 am

As far as the Oils go, the better the oil is for you the lower the smoke temperature, of course this is just generalized as we all know there are really no rules for anything. I don't know that it makes them carcinogenetic but at 350 degrees Olive oil contains trans fats at lower temperatures it does not, some sorta chemistry thing I am sure that there is a name for it and that chemistry thing may not be the correct phrasing.

Oh yeah I knew there was a reason I don't order Prosciutto.
If I have to explain you wouldn't understand anyway.

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Postby iguazu » Wed May 13, 2009 4:24 pm

When we were in Florence the meat man would mock me to her saying in Italian how if I cannot order for her how can I treat her properly haha.

It hasn't been let down. I wanted to help :) .
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Pike
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Postby Pike » Tue Oct 06, 2009 6:08 pm

I find that the cheaper the beer the better!

and be sure to use a large pan so as you can fill it with veg's as people will be fighting over the vegies/fruit cooked in the broth......potatos (all sorts)/carrots/onions/zuch/etc even apples! and dont put them all in at once....as they have different cooking times

and salt up the bird before you start....oven or BBQ...with or without beer...always a hit!

bet I've made 100 of these over the years

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Postby DFC » Tue Dec 08, 2009 7:40 am

Drink the beer and use pop instead. I have found that 7 up, ginger ale adds a sweet flavour to the meat. Also if you add a montreal chichen spice on the outside it creates a very dish as well. Experiment and you will be happy every time with the results
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fueler
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Postby fueler » Tue Dec 08, 2009 6:28 pm

heres one for ya. i didn't have beer in the house and was lazy to go to the store so I used a can of ginger ale.Never had juicier (if thats how its spelled) chicken.

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Postby Belmont43 » Sun Apr 18, 2010 5:04 pm

Hey Guys just wanted to get a rought estimate of how long it would take on BBQ, we did one the other day with a Stella and it was great but didnt cook all the way so we threw it in the oven to finnish it off! What temp and how long basically is my question. Thanks
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fueler
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Postby fueler » Sun Apr 18, 2010 6:41 pm

We have beer can chicken alot at our house. Was making it one day and realized we had no beer so i used a can of ginger ale and since that day, we haven't used anything else. Something with that stuff makes it really juicey.

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Postby Banacek » Sun Apr 18, 2010 8:59 pm

As said earlier, it doesn't have to be beer. I've used different sodas also with good results.

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Postby fueler » Mon Apr 19, 2010 5:05 pm

Ha ha! I didn't realize I answered this thread at an earlier date with the same reply...lol, i'm a tool!


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