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My beer can buddy, all dressed up and nowhere to go

After I took this picture, I thought it was funny looking so I'm posting it.  All the chicken needed was a tie to complete his outfit. I was not trying to make a funny picture. This was just my attempt at putting rub under the skin. Couldn't find an apple so used an onion. Enjoy your cookouts today, guys.

People say that Television is bad for you.  It's that bloody Fridge, that's killing me.

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  • TexanOfTheNorthTexanOfTheNorth Posts: 2,750
    @hotwheels, if that worked for you then great. For what it's worth, I generally put rub under the skin too. I find that you can carefully separate the skin from the meat by just gently pushing your fingers from the neck end of the bird and at the base of the thighs. If you're careful, you can get rub all under the skin without tearing it.
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  • SkiddymarkerSkiddymarker Posts: 6,823
    High fashion for the poultry set, cool. Thanks for sharing, I needed a smile this morning...
    Delta B.C. - Vee-Gan: old Indian word for poor hunter. 
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  • @hotwheels, if that worked for you then great. For what it's worth, I generally put rub under the skin too. I find that you can carefully separate the skin from the meat by just gently pushing your fingers from the neck end of the bird and at the base of the thighs. If you're careful, you can get rub all under the skin without tearing it.

    My hands are too big & clumsy because I tear the skin when I try that. Rub on the skin for me!

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  • hotwheelshotwheels Posts: 73

    On the next chicken I worked a spoon between the skin and meat, poured in rub, and worked rub around. I felt i left the chicken with a little dignity this time. :-)

    People say that Television is bad for you.  It's that bloody Fridge, that's killing me.

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