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Raichlen's goal is to encourage grillers to have fun and use their imagination, and he presents 74 "offbeat recipes" as starting points. Notable selections include Beer-Can Turkey, which requires a giant 32-ounce can of Foster's to do the job; Welder's Chicken, a stewing hen wrapped in aluminum foil and turned with welder's gloves; Dirty Steaks, cooked right on the coals; and Diabolical Chicken, soaked with spicy French mustard and which Raichlen makes "whenever I'm short on time or fancy ingredients but want to impress the hell out of my guests." There are also recipes for "beerless birds" (Ginger Ale Chicken, Black Cherry Soda Chicken), side dishes, and desserts, as well as info on grilling techniques and equipment.
A chicken straddling a beer can, at the very least, makes a great conversation piece at an outdoor beer bash. Raichlen's most helpful hint? Make sure the beer can is open before putting it on the grill. --Andy Boynton
We have tried many of Steve Raichlen's recipes and they are always great, I never cooked better.Published 5 months ago by Delmont Day
These recipes are out of this world! This is our redneck bible. :)Published 5 months ago by Lynn Styes
I love all these books.... I moved from Louisiana to RI and now I can't find them ! go figure. I just might have to order copies, as I had ordered some for some family members, but... Read morePublished 6 months ago by kitty4kat
I've tried several recipes and found Brewmeister's Chicken to be the best. The recipes for rubs, marinades and sauces can be used for other meats as well. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Daphne Felde
You can't beat this for the price. Everything one needs to know about cooking a Beer Can Chicken! I have used two recipes so far and have been satisfied every timePublished 7 months ago by Forrest M. Corbin