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Here's how it looks before it hits the grill.

See its little top hat? It keeps the juices in

so the flavor's out . . . of this world!

 

STAND-UP CHICKEN

 

   Weber makes a great little roasting pan for grilling or roasting a whole-chicken; you can get it in most ACE Hardware stores; works on the grill or in the oven

   Preheat grill to 350 to 400 degrees or, if roasting, preheat oven to 400 degrees

   5 minutes prep; 20 minutes per pound, or about 1 hours to grill or roast

   Serves 3-4 adults

   Team with steamed veggies, a crisp salad and, of course, ice-cold beer!

 

 

STAND UP FOR GREAT GRILLED CHICKEN:

 

1 whole chicken, rinsed and patted dry with paper towels

can beer (gee, what to do with the other ?)

About 3 T. powdered chicken rub (for sale near the spices)

 

This recipe is also called "Beer Can Chicken." It's great because the chicken fat runs down away from the meat, while the flavors from the beer marinade rise up because of the heat from the grill.

 

We find that when you rest a whole chicken on a beer can, it can tip over very easily. Instead, we recommend that you go to ACE Hardware and pick up the handy-dandy little chicken roaster made by Weber, or a similar gadget along the lines of a grill pan.

 

There's a well for the marinade, a detachable wedge that the chicken nests over to keep it upright solidly, and the plug on top keeps the meat juicy while the outsides are getting crispy. Mmmmm!

 

Grilling or roasting a whole chicken is so much easier and cheaper than working with chicken parts that you'll want to make this recipe over and over. There are many kinds of chicken rubs for sale, or you can experiment making your own, so this is a versatile as well as delicious and healthy dish.

 

All you do is rub about 2 T. of the dry rub on the inside and outside of the whole chicken, holding it over the sink. Put another 1 T. in the well of your small roaster dish.

 

Pour a half-can or less of beer into the well, and stir. Then place the prepared chicken over the spike to hold it in place. Put the plug in the neckhole. Voila!

 

Place on the grill or in the oven. When it's done (1 to 1 hours, usually), cut into pieces, and enjoy!

 

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