Wednesday, September 30, 2009

Bob's Wednesday Cooking Tip

Tired of burning chicken on the grill?  Tired leaving half of your chicken sticking to the grill surface?  Or are you just plain tired?

Can't help on the last question but do I have an idea for you on the other two.  Getta rack.  A nice rack.  The kind that expands and has a teflon surface.  That's what I'm talking about and what you see here.

Chicken, game hen, chicken breasts or chicken stuffed with your favorite mix . . . all go on the rack.   Place in the middle of your grill.  If you're cooking with gas turn off the center burner and crank the other two down to half (or with a grill temp of 400 degrees).  If you're cooking with coals then spread them around the sides of the grill.

Chicken takes an hour.  Game hens anywhere from 45 minutes to an hour.  Pieces of chicken 30 -40 minutes.  Stuffed chicken breasts about 30 minutes depending on how thick they are.  Chicken anus runs about 10 minutes.

I can't even begin to count how many chickens I scorched on the grill.  And now they're saying that lovely flavor of burnt charcoal or blackened chicken skin is not going to help you keep from getting the Big C.  This makes using a rack like this an even better idea.

How's this for adult content?

Okay then, how's about a bumper sticker?  I LOVE MY BREASTS ON A RACK!  OR,



La Roo said...

Bob, were your breasts sticking to the grill? That must have hurt. :)
Most of my wares have gone to hell ,but I think I have a nice rack. I'll have to check. ;)

Joker_SATX said...

My wife will immediately start complaining..."What's wrong with mine?" she will ask....

How does one respond to that?

Bob said...

Laroo: I don't have to go there. I already know the answer. You're spot on.

Joker: Well you respond like this: "Kurly, I just loved how my ex wife cooked chicken on the grill. It was so juicy. So delicious. Do you think that you could try grilling differently than how you grill now?"

And then you plan on eating take out pizza alone for a week.

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