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[Home Depot] Weber 8838 Gourmet Barbeque System Poultry Roaster Insert $19.99

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[Home Depot] Weber 8838 Gourmet Barbeque System Poultry Roaster Insert $19.99

Weber 8838 Gourmet Barbeque System Poultry Roaster Insert is on sale at home depot for $20. Original price $79.99
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May 24, 2011
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Looks like one extra step when a cast iron pan can do the same. Just have the outside burners on only
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Dec 17, 2001
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Kind of a fancy name for a beer can chicken holder Smiling Face With Open Mouth
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bug wrote:
Oct 19th, 2017 6:40 pm
Kind of a fancy name for a beer can chicken holder Smiling Face With Open Mouth
I remember seeing a bunch of Youtube do-it-yourself videos to made this using beer cans Face With Tears Of Joy

Will probably end up getting this tomorrow... $19 tho doesn't seem bad
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Feb 8, 2015
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Great price but my wife always "forces" me to stuff the chicken. Thanked OP.
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Feb 5, 2017
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If anybody wants this in Montreal PM me. I want to get rid of mine, it's also brand and not used. Hatching Chick
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Feb 19, 2008
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I've never been able to come to terms with beer-can chicken. Doesn't any of the can ink/labelling bleed off into the meat?
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If all you want is a chicken stand get this, it's about $8. Home Depot has but their site is down for maintenance. The Weber one I image is good if you want to roast vegetables at the same time.

I stopped using a beer can, I just use the stand alone. Chicken still comes out great with less cleanup. The beer can will also add mass to the leg and thigh area that also needs to heat up which means the legs will take longer to cook. Legs already need to cook to a higher temperature than the breast so the breast may dry out before the legs get to temperature.

http://www.grillpro.com/m/accessories.p ... part=41331
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razrsharp wrote:
Oct 19th, 2017 10:02 pm
I've never been able to come to terms with beer-can chicken. Doesn't any of the can ink/labelling bleed off into the meat?
Beer and soda cans are lined with an internal coating to prevent the aluminum from oxidizing. The coating is usually an epoxy resin, often BPA. So the bleeding ink is the least of your problems :p
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SomeGuyNamedBob wrote:
Oct 20th, 2017 12:28 am
Beer and soda cans are lined with an internal coating to prevent the aluminum from oxidizing. The coating is usually an epoxy resin, often BPA. So the bleeding ink is the least of your problems :p
Oh just fantastic. I'll stick to my gut then, there's many ways to cook a tasty chicken without sticking a beer can up its ass.
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razrsharp wrote:
Oct 20th, 2017 10:07 am
Oh just fantastic. I'll stick to my gut then, there's many ways to cook a tasty chicken without sticking a beer can up its ass.
You can put liquid in the middle cylinder of this thing as well.
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Dec 12, 2014
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Toronto, ON
None at Etobicoke home depot.

They have these small $7 ones (just holds the chicken upright to roast, no plate for the vegies)

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