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Unread 10-13-2010, 10:40 AM   #1
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I have a question about applying a rub with a high brown sugar content to my chicken prior to cooking it fairly hot and fast. I have recently changed the way I cook, to a 20 minute butter bath and then 15-20 minutes on the grill at temps from 375-400. Can I still apply my rub prior to cooking? I am a little concerned about the sugar in the rub burning. Would it be ok under the skin, on the skin or both? Any ideas would be appreciated. Thanks.

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Unread 10-13-2010, 11:04 AM   #2
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Pretty sure its gonna burn. But go ahead and try it out at Chambersburg just to be sure
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you could try substituting turbinado/sugar in the raw for the brown. It doesn't seem to burn the way regular white or brown sugar do, at least not as quickly. Higher burn temp.
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Pretty sure its gonna burn. But go ahead and try it out at Chambersburg just to be sure
Thanks Dan. Funny you replied-you're the one that got me paranoid about it, so I didn't use any in Mt Airy ergo 17th place Chicken. I am hoping to get this resolved before Chambersburg! Either way, we'll see you up there.
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direct heat or indirect? direct it will burn indirect I dont think so. Butter bath will wash most away.
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I say you try it before you get to a contest and find out firsthand.

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Thanks for of the responses. I am going monkey around, incorporating everyones suggestions. We'll see what happens this weekend. Thanks again.
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