Wow! I read in another thread about spreading mayo on chicken the same way you would use mustard on a pork shoulder. So I tried it. I have to say that for the first time I was seeking out the skin of the chicken. I hate the skin, but this had a slight tang to it that was out of this world. Usually I smoke a chicken with skin on and discard the skin afterwords. It is rubbery and just gross. If I want a crispy skin I throw it in my Showtime Rotisserie and take it for a spin for about 20 minutes. But with the mayo, there was no need for the rotisserie. The skin was crisp and the flavor was terrific. I used about a 1/4 cup of mayo, slathered all over the bird. I didn't put any in the cavity. Then I took about a 1/3 cup of Jeff's Famous Rub and gave the bird a massage. Then on to the smoker for about 5 hours. (the bird was straight from being defrosted and was 38 degrees internally so it was pretty cold) Made a pan of my Corn Dish Bliss and shredded some of the chicken. It was the first time that my wife and I didn't use any sauce for our chicken. BBQ sauce is her choice while I am a honey mustard kind of guy. Skipped them both and went naked. I am sold on the mayo slatherin' on poultry. I would love to try it on a turkey, hmmmm!!!! I snapped some pics and will try to post them tonight when I get a free minute.