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Thread: Beer Can Chicken using the Weber Poultry Roaster.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Timothy F. Lewis View Post
    I’ve never been terribly impressed with beer can chicken to be honest but, this video makes me want to try the roaster tool, I agree it’s the stability that makes it worth trying.
    It's a nice way to grill chicken. Not only is it cool as heck, but it's so darn easy with that roaster.
    I don't think you'll be disappointed if you get one.
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    Quote Originally Posted by JimK View Post
    Great looking chicken.
    Thanks. I'm very happy with the new roaster. Next time I'm going to make it with some orange, and garlic butter.
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    Was the skin edible?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Chris in Central Ohio View Post
    Was the skin edible?
    It sure was!!!
    I tried some from the breast and it was great.
    I cut a lot of it into little pieces and added it to the soup. It sure gave the soup a great flavor.
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    Mark, I really like the “crispy flavor bit” soup component!
    I will visit that on the next soup project!
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