Ingredients1 Whole 3-5lb chicken
1/2 tablespoon Lemon pepper1/2 tablespoon Kosher salt
1/2 tablespoon Poultry seasoning1/2 tablespoon Dill
3-4 Garlic cloves1/2 Onion
1 Sprig of fresh rosemary1/2 bottle local microbrew (IPA or Amber for more flavor)

Directions:Prepare Chicken Plug Roaster- Add garlic, onion,& rosemary. Pour beer or wine into plug and set aside.

Prepare rub- In a small bowl mix together; dill, lemon pepper, salt & poultry seasoning. Rub chicken inside and out. Add a healthy pinch of rub to the plug.
Cooking the bird- Place chicken upright over filled plug (inserting plug into cavity.) Cook in an oven (with drip pan) or on a grill at 350 degrees for at least 1.5 hours, until meat temperature is 180 degrees.

Roaster's Traditional Turkey RecipeIngredients
1 Whole Turkey1 tablespoon Lemon pepper
1 tablespoon Kosher salt1 tablespoon Poultry seasoning
1 tablespoon Thyme1 tablespoon Oregano
1 Garlic bulb1 Red onion
1 Sprig of fresh rosemaryBeer

Cook time - 15 min for every pound of bird.You will definitely want to save the drippin's on this recipe.

By no means if you switch up your flavoring from beer to wine you will always get a exciting bird experience.. you can even switch up to VODKA and CURRY and COCONUT MILK

Use a beer can. With some beer in it too.
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Right from your own source:<br>&quot;There is circumstantial evidence linking this metal with Alzheimer's disease, but no causal relationship has yet been proved. As evidence for other causes continues to grow, a possible link with aluminium seems increasingly unlikely.&quot;<br><br>Cooking a chicken with a can a few times is not going to harm you any more or less then taking a swift walk outside. Perhaps you would be interested in knowing what you are exposed to every single day when you walk outside? <br>Better yet check out what is in your water, and the levels of Estrogen from decades of birth control usage.
if you want to cook with beer can go ahead.. i can only imagine the toxins in the inks on the cans and etc the point is if you fine tasting bird use the plug. if you want a giggle with your cousin/husband use a beer can. I know that when i roasted a chicken with a nice red wine and some garlic that i made an amazing gravy that could have been served in 5 star restaurant. <br>good luck with that beer can thingy with your cousin/husband.
Actually Beer Can Chicken is quite popular. Don't believe me? check here: <br><br>http://www.google.ca/search?q=beer+can+chicken&amp;rls=com.microsoft:en-US:{referrer:source?}&amp;ie=UTF-8&amp;oe=UTF-8&amp;sourceid=ie7&amp;rlz=1I7TSHC<br><br>Looks like 702,000 pages agree with me. The beer actually makes the meat very tender, moist, and gives the bird a delicious flavour. The beer can also be infused with garlic and any herbs to give the bird a superb extra flavour as well as produce a fantastic gravy. Try it sometime.<br><br>Your concern for the toxins in the ink is actually proven to be of no concern at all. The ink is baked on at temperatures much higher than any household barbeque or oven will heat to and will not come off at the lower temperatures. In essence, harmless.<br><br>I would think that if anyone was to giggle it would be the person using your plug gimmick. I know I wouldn't buy one for my cousin/husband. Also, no reputable five star restaurant would be using one of these. <br><br>Take your spam elsewhere.<br>
You are Correct mrsplooge.. Infact my favorite is IPA! Where can I get a good IPA in a can? Beer is for more superior in a bottle. therefore using a bottled Microbrew IPA. try some flavored beers. I suggest or perhaps you want a keystone beer lined with plastic that should be really flavorfull in your roasted chicken- microbrew plus plug makes a good bird better your bird..Can Vs Plug?
If it weren't for the plugging of the plug at the end of the post, this wouldn't have been spam. Posting the link to your website with the words BUY and TODAY make it spam!
oh thanks removed the link

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