For those that inquired on the Bourbon Chicken

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  1. disaacks3

    disaacks3 Site Contributor

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    HERE is where I got the 2-part Marinade & basting sauce from. I ordered the "Value Pack".

    The pounds of chicken estimates look right on the money, as I used 1/2 of one bottle of the marinade / basting sauce and did almost exactly 5 lbs of chicken with it.

    It will be making a comeback at a future tailgate near you! :good::chef::roast:
     
  2. BigWig

    BigWig Bigimus Wigimus

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    Since I will be making an appearance at the Niners game how about then?
    Psssttt, we will celebrating my big 50!:spin:
     
  3. Honoring Earl 34

    Honoring Earl 34 Hey Koolaid

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    How do you get the chickens to drink the bourbon ? :chef:
     
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    Just send um to the hills of Tenn!! I bet there's:shots: a lot of bourbon being downed in those parts!!!
     
  5. disaacks3

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    First you ruffle their feathers...then you sweet talk 'em!
     
  6. jppaul

    jppaul Cut and Dry

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    The real question is how do you keep those lushes away from the booze? The chicken has the well established reputation of being the irishman of the animal kingdom, in addition to its ill-deserved reputation of stealing anything thats not bolted down, aka the gypsy.

    Thus, the moniker of the "Flightless Irish Gypsy" in reference to the chicken is in fact a false one, in that it is only half-true.

    Yeah....
     
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