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Newbie needs advise on cooking whole chickens indirectly
I am having people over tomorrow for my wife's birthday and cooking 4 whole chickens. I have heard cooking them indirectly makes them very moist. Has anyone got a really good recipe and cooking method they could share with me or direct me to with links? I have a raised grate with cooking racks and can double stack the chickens. I have a LBGE and would like to know the details from prep, to smoke to temps and all points in between. I have done a cursory search on the BGE site as well as google but the info is sketchy at best. I may not be looking in the right spot on the BGE site but the search engine doesn't come up with recipes more questions like mine. Thanks in advance.