I've had this recipe for several years now and it got shuffled to the back of the recipe book and lost. I was recently cleaning house and rediscovered it. It can be found all over the internet and I'm not sure who the original recipe is from. I had chicken breasts and everything else so I decided this is what's for dinner tomorrow. Here's the recipe: ROADSIDE CHICKEN 1 cup white vinegar 1/2 cup veg oil 1/4 cup worcestershire sauce 1 TBS Sea or Kosher salt 1 TBS white sugar 1 tsp garlic powder 1 tsp onion powder 1 tsp white pepper 1/2 tsp celery salt Blend everything together, and marinate 2-4 hours. You will need this mixture for basting while cooking. I'd suggest making a fresh batch and not to use the mix that you used to marinate the chicken in. My plan is this. Both breasts I have are frozen so I am going to marinate and thaw in the fridge overnight. I will make a fresh batch of sauce for basting tomorrow. Chicken will be grilled over high heat, flipped and basted every five minutes or so. Now about the breasts. As you can see in the photo one is small one is massive. Safeway has been having what they call hand cut chicken and all of the breasts are lunkers. They have also been a few bucks a pound less than the other bulk breasts which is where the smaller one came from. Not sure where they are getting these Arnold Schwarzenegger chickens but for now it's what we are buying because they are cheap. Anyways that's it for tonight, more tomorrow evening!