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Pig Candy, Chicken, Advice needed!
I woke up late this morning and my wife just informed me that she invited her family (12 adults, 4 teens)over later this afternoon (4 o'clock). Now I have to figure out something to cook on my large BGE. My wife thinks that I can just throw some chicken pieces on the egg. I could but I would like to cook something with more of a "WOW" factor.[p]In the past on seperate occasions I've cooked ABT's, spare ribs, burgers, and a pork butt for this same group. So now they think I'm some kind of master BBQ'er on my BGE.[p]Here is what I'm thinking, but you are MORE then welcome to pitch in with your input. PLEASE! I need the help.[p]Chicken roll-ups: Cajun seasoned chicken breast(boneless/flattened) stuffed with cream cheese, jalapeno peppers, wraped in bacon.[p]Skinless chicken thighs for those that just want chicken.[p]Potato salad and garlic bread for the sides.[p]I want to try " Third Eyes" PIG CANDY.[p]One question.....when do I cook the pig candy? I certainly won't have enough room in the egg to cook everything at once,I think. Or whould it be posssible to cook the roll-ups and chicken on the main grill and the Pig Candy on the upper grate at the same time?[p]How would you guys handle this cook?
My reputation with the BGE is on the line [p][p][p]