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    TVWBB Member Jepprey P's Avatar
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    WSJ-Spatchcocked Chicken?

    Can a spatchcocked chicken (6-7 lbs.) be cooked in the Weber Smokey Joe Silver. It looks like it can fit. Asking for a friend and we are headed out for a road trip this weekend. Pros and cons would be helpful. Thanks!
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    6-7 pounds is a big bird! Not sure about that size. Here's an example with unspecified bird weight: https://tvwbb.com/showthread.php?572...the-Smokey-Joe

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    I think that might seriously push the envelope, that’s a big chicken for a smoky joe
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    Would it not depend on which version of SJ he has? I have one that is 18" which would easily do a bird like that. I actually have done so.

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    TVWBB Platinum Member Timothy F. Lewis's Avatar
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    Good point Larry, my smoky joe is the old small one. 14” or something like that.
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