Prep 20 mins
Cook 2 hrs
This recipe changes a little every time I prepare it, but the foundation has been well received so far. I use a "McCormick" rosemary / garlic rub and a small bottle of "Jim Beam" bourbon as the rub. I like to use 2 whole chickens, and cook them on a "Cabelas" brand dual beer butt chicken stand. Also important, I usually drink heavily when I am making this great outdoor dish, so ratios tend to vary according to my mood at the time of preparation. I would recommend you create this dish to your taste preferences. Enjoy.
- Preheat grill to 375°F preferably indirect heat (the oven works sorta-ok too).
- Empty beer cans by 1/4 to 1/3, then set them into stand.
- Place chickens over beer cans (try and keep them from touching).
- Grind 1 cup rosemary & garlic seasoning into a powder. Melt 3/4 stick of butter. Mix in powdered seasoning. Pour concoction into a meat flavor injector. Inject chickens in the middle of the breasts, thighs, and legs.
- Have a whiskey, or two.
- Spritz the chickens with bourbon. Inside and out (I use a squirt bottle).
- Rub entire bare skin of chickens with leftover 1/4 butter.
- Rub the rest of the seasoning into entire skin of chickens (maybe grind some more of the seasoning down a little to help the rubbing action).
- Maybe another shot of whiskey to clear the throat and mind?.
- Place chickens onto covered, and preheated grill.
- Cook for 2 hours, Every 10-15 minutes spritz chickens with bourbon. (leave lid shut when you do this. Go through the back and side vent on lid of grill).
- Finish off with a nice glass of bourbon on the rocks.
Have not tried this yet. Thank you though for the laugh I had reading the directions I enjoyed them so much I sent this to my friend who also shares you apparent love of bourbon! I'm sure it will receive great reviews...... until then bottoms up :)