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Spinning a local bird with some local sides.

Mike R.

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Our local farmers market open for the first time of the year last weekend and there was a new local meat vender and I picked up a whole chicken and some thighs from them.
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Then today we went to the local orchard/store and got some local sugar slap peas and potatoes.
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So I broke out the rotisserie and went with one of my favorite simple recipes that I learned from another bbqing friend. Chicken on the spit, AP seasoning in the cavity, half a lemon, half a head of garlic, the other half of lemon, the other half of garlic, and the second fork. More AP seasoning on the other side,and EVOO spray on the outside.
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First time I have even gone potatoes under the chicken.
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First check at 30 mins.
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Done
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The painful rest.
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Got to do something to let the meat rest and not just rip into it so I got the sugar snap peas on the Kettle.
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And the plate.
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civilsmoker

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Very Nice! I would have a big smile on my face sitting down to that meal!
 

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Great looking meal!
Nicely done!
Al
 

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