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Hey Folks, I just got my BGE (L) this weekend and after a successful first cook, (chicken satay and a london broil), I'm planning on doing four chickens on Friday for some hungry Texans. I've been going over it in my head and I think 4 chicken will fit on the grate.
I've seen it done with a beer can or the vertical rack and then I saw Rathburn's video on the BGE website and he just tosses it on, sans rack.
I think this will suit my needs. My plan is to do a rub (tbd) on the chickens, use my plate setter and maverick 732 probes and keep it around 350 until done. I'll probably throw some mesquite chunks on their, too. Am I missing anything?
Like I said, this would be my second cook so I'd appreciate any tips! Thanks!