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Unread 10-04-2012, 08:53 PM   #1
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Default First Try at Chicken

How's it look? Trimmed decent for appearance but wasn't to worried. Tasted pretty good.



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Looks darn good
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I'd hit that - twice
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Great lookin' grub!
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Great looking chicken!
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Looks really good! One note - if you are practicing for a comp, some judges would score lower because of the grill marks. Just sayin...
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very nice and it smells good too!
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That's exactly what I'm trying to do. I'd like to get in competitions. Would you just keep the chicken skin side down the whole time? If so, do you have any problems cooking evenly? I'm a big noobie lol.

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Looks pretty tasty from this angle... Cheers!!!
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Looks awesome to me!

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That's exactly what I'm trying to do. I'd like to get in competitions. Would you just keep the chicken skin side down the whole time? If so, do you have any problems cooking evenly? I'm a big noobie lol.

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I know that folks who don't use butter baths leave the skin side up to prevent marks.


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I could try the butter bath stuff... is there any info on what people do exactly with that? I've never seen a tutorial on that or anything.

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I could try the butter bath stuff... is there any info on what people do exactly with that? I've never seen a tutorial on that or anything.

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Although maybe not the definitive technique, here is a good tutorial:

http://www.thepickledpig.com/forums/...n-chicken.html
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