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  • Can't wait to Spatchcock a Chicken

    Well after 2 years of looking and my current grill dying I bought one of these:



    I should get it on Friday and then it is going to get fired up and I am gonna cook me a Spatchcocked chicken...

    Any other recipes from you folks would be welcomed......

    Going to be a barbecue weekend for sure!!!

  • #2
    Didn't know you could legally SpatchCock a chicken in Michigan :scratchchin:
    Time waits for no man.

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    • #3
      Originally posted by Jethro
      Didn't know you could legally SpatchCock a chicken in Michigan :scratchchin:
      Just not in public. :fryingpan:

      I would go to the local burger joint instead but the management is terrible. :)

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      • #4
        Originally posted by Monkeypimp
        Just not in public. :fryingpan:

        I would go to the local burger joint instead but the management is terrible. :)
        LOL :thumbsup: Yah, not sure why they hired me to run something tasteful and profitable into the ground... But, I'm sure as heck not dumb enough to ask either :nervous:

        Come in and I'll give you half off some spatchcock cookies :neener:
        Time waits for no man.

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        • #5
          Originally posted by Jethro
          LOL :thumbsup: Yah, not sure why they hired me to run something tasteful and profitable into the ground... But, I'm sure as heck not dumb enough to ask either :nervous:

          Come in and I'll give you half off some spatchcock cookies :neener:
          I am in there about 1 or 2 times per month....and your never working....wish I had that schedule. seriously I have been in there like 4 or 5 times in the last 3 months and not once were you in.

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          • #6
            Originally posted by Monkeypimp
            I am in there about 1 or 2 times per month....and your never working....wish I had that schedule. seriously I have been in there like 4 or 5 times in the last 3 months and not once were you in.
            I don't work tuesday and wednesday. And I don't work nights except saturday :rock: For some reason they let me make the schedule :dizzy:
            Time waits for no man.

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            • #7
              I have spatchcocked several, and also rotisseried several....tough to beat a chicken with a wire up its butt turned slowly over indirect heat for two hours....YUM..

              I have a weber gas with stainless burners and grills.....don't have time to wait on charcoal.. :stirthepot:

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              • #8
                Not sure if Grill Dome has a forum. But lately I've been checking Primo. Here's their forum http://primogrillforum.com/ . Lots of good recipes and pictures of the food cooked on Primo there.

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                • #9
                  This guy has links to some of the more popular ceramic grill recipes. Along with Spatchcocked bird, I've tried the T-Rex steaks (800° sear :mr-t:), pizza, and pulled pork (18 hour slow cook :animal house:) recipes in my Big Green Egg with great success.

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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by chupacabra
                    This guy has links to some of the more popular ceramic grill recipes. Along with Spatchcocked bird, I've tried the T-Rex steaks (800° sear :mr-t:), pizza, and pulled pork (18 hour slow cook :animal house:) recipes in my Big Green Egg with great success.
                    I have been all over this website.....I am telling you I have been ready to buy one of these for 2 years....I just couldn't get myself to dummy up the money....thank god for a broken gas grill pushing me over the edge!!!

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                    • #11
                      Let us know how your first cook goes!

                      Since a toy isn't really mine until it's been modded (the Ninja knows what I'm talkin 'bout), I've been collecting grill accessories for the Egg lately (LED spotlight, indirect heat shield, raised grid).

                      Got my eye on one of those temp control doodads too.

                      Does the Grilldome come with a stand and other accoutrement?

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                      • #12
                        Originally posted by chupacabra
                        Let us know how your first cook goes!

                        Since a toy isn't really mine until it's been modded (the Ninja knows what I'm talkin 'bout), I've been collecting grill accessories for the Egg lately (LED spotlight, indirect heat shield, raised grid).

                        Got my eye on one of those temp control doodads too.

                        Does the Grilldome come with a stand and other accoutrement?
                        Oh I bought a bunch of stuff with it....so I have most of the acoutrements....

                        however I like the DIY modding so....since it does not come with the stand.I will be building one... I already have all the wood, casters, tiles, stain to build one......I took tomorrow off to build it....I am hoping to have it look like this when done.

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                        • #13
                          I just received the call from the trucking company and it should be here in the next 30 minutes...woohoo.

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                          • #14
                            I went over the Trex strip method, I have been grilling NY Strips for years...I used to bartend at a high end steakhouse...you might have heard of it...St. Elmos..........and I agree with most of it.....

                            I have not seen anyone sear a steak before and let it rest 20 minutes then cook it some more...

                            I suppose it would be fine....

                            I bring my weber up to about 800 degrees and cook it that way both sides 6 mins on a thick steak, pull it let it rest and BAM its delish...

                            (I use montreal steak rub on mine, then dry age it inside a vacuum box seal a meal dealie....that way overnite.....)

                            Def let a steak rest before eating though..

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                            • #15
                              Well I got it on Thursday and am cooking for the third time on it today...:huge:

                              Here is the table and grill....I built the table this weekend and just put it on it a couple hours ago.


                              And here is my before and after of my first spatchcocked chicken......honestly the best chicken I have ever eaten.:jiggy:

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