September 11, 2012 at 6:30 AM | Posted in Uncategorized | Leave a comment



This was the first cook that I did using my new home made Raised Grid. To see how I built it, click the link here:
How to… make a home made Raised Grid for a Large or XL Big Green Egg

So what to cook with my newly created Raised Grid… well 3 chickens of course!!!

I spatchcocked the three birds (which if you don’t know by now from reading my blog, it means to cut the bird open along the back bone and lay flat on the grill) which also happens to be one of my favorite ways to cook chicken.

Now, I know a lot of people would have only done 2 and done them entirely on the raised grid, but I HAD 3 birds so I wanted to use all 3. Conveniently I also had 3 different BBQ rubs in the house I wanted to try…

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