Xtina, could you share a recipe for that chicken?
Christina--- the blog gods are not pleased....
YUM....Beer Can Chicken....so mouthwatering and delicious, I can taste it now....<BR><BR>But wait, there’s more,,,lots of pretty squawkers all in a row sitting on their cans…
But Connie, you look great topless!
Hey, I wanted some expensive bronzing cream, not butter! But come to think of it, butter is pretty good. Especially on popcorn...Mmmmmmmmmm… (Teresa drifts off into butter-drenched fantasy)
I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again...I’ve never seen a better looking group of chicks or is it gaggle of chicks? Anyway, I am certain that Christina won’t be left alone with the blog power tools again after this. In the mean time, I’d advise standing far from Christina lest the blog gods decide to smote her making her Blackened Chicken.<BR><BR>Hmmm....I haven’t had Blackened Chicken in a while.....
LOL Christina! You made my day!<BR>Poor Squawkers, especially Lisa!
Too funny, Christina! <BR><BR>Have a wonderful weekend everyone!<BR><BR>Isabel
What, Santa? The rotisserie isn’t punishment enough???
Rotisserie? I thought those were the flames of hell???
Ok this blog has made me hungry for chicken. <BR><BR>As above, the beer chicken sounds really good. YUM!
That is a rotisserie right thru my gizzard, Teresa! <BR><BR>But well worth it. WELL worth it.
Hey, seriously. How do you make beer can chicken?<BR><BR>Kim, hungry and clueless 8)
OK, Kim, coming at ya..<BR>Beer Can Chicken<BR>1 4lb or larger whole chicken<BR>1 12ox can of beer, any brand<BR> seasoning for chicken (blackening or some such is nice)<BR><BR>Preheat grill to 375F or 400F<BR>Remove plastic and giblet pack from chicken and save or discard.<BR>Spread chicken with seasonings.<BR><BR>If your grill has two burners heat only one, If it has 3 heat the two on the outsides and do not turn on the middle burner..<BR><BR>Open beer can (can add a garlic clove to beer, if you wish) and insert the full beer can into the chicken (so that the chicken is standing upright with the can inserted into it, really)<BR><BR>Stand the chicken upright on the burner of the grill that is NOT lit. The beer can should bit snugly in the chicken so that the chicken does not fall over. Close the grill and cook the chicken for appr. 2 hr. or until done..<BR>good luck!<BR>Not sure who came up w/this one!!<BR><BR>Pre
Ha!<BR><BR>The rest of the Squawkers may be burning their little tootsies in cancer-causing sun rays, but I’ve been living it up in Nashville! My chicken wants a cowboy hat and cowboy boots, quick!<BR><BR>Eloisa
Don’t be ridiculous, Eloisa. If you were in Nashville, how could I get that picture of you with y our fans? Huh? Huh????
Hey, Kim, you can also marinade chicken in beer. We do that all the time. Just add whatever spices you like to the beer, and let the chicken sit in it overnight (or at least all day). It’s really, really good.<BR><BR>Have a great holiday, everyone!
Thanks ms mary and Liz! I’m gonna try this, sounds yummy. Now to pry a can of beer away from my fil. bahaha.
y’all… are silly.<BR><BR>Sarah in Aggieland
Connie, you look so cute and wholesome sitting on your can.<BR><BR>And beer cans straight into the guts. In that case, I might even try pale ales, since I won’t have to taste ‘em. <BR><BR>Basting grilling meat in beer is the Milwaukee tradition I grew up with. Too bad they use Miller. Now ambers or stout, yuummmm...<BR><BR>Off topic… Christina, thank you so much for mentioning your Alphasmart on your blog. That was the first time I’d heard about it. I researched about the Web, and now am a proud owner of a Neo and very happy with it.
You’re welcome, Keira! Aren’t they wonderful? My Neo goes everywhere with me, and I pretty much write my books on it. Of course, I edit on the computer (and there’s always a lot of editing), but it just helps for getting the story down, doesn’t it?
Just wanted to pop in and thank you guys for posting that fabulous picture of me with Carrie Feron ; ) I never realized how much she and I look alike until now! Looking way forward to blogging with you all tomorrow!
OMG my poor, delicate sensibilities… Xtina, I never, ever, EVER wanted to see all the squawkers IN THE NUDE!!!!!!! What were you thinking?!?!?!?!?!???<BR><BR>Off to wash my eyes with soap...<BR><BR>Andi
maaaaaaan now I want some chicken!t
Thanks for the Funny Bird Blog, Christina. After Lisa’s Thorn Bird Blog I needed it.<BR>I was in a fowl, make that foul mood. The last lines of McCullough’s The Thorn Birds always leave me feeling haunted …and so sad.