How to BBQ a whole roast chicken

How to BBQ a whole roast chicken

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Very clear, thanks. I'll give this a go, though I plan to use a drip tray between the coals and place the chicken on the grill. That would work, right? It doesn't have the advantage of the water/steam, I guess.
hey , great idea !! I tried it but had a issue !! which coal do you use ?? I used the regular wood thingy that we get in super markets !! that doesn't burn too long !!! .. help please
Great video, am going to try this tonight, thanks.
I dont have the tray can i use a glass plate or something instead?? Plz suggest what to do
I tried this recipe and I liked it very much. The only problem I have with this is that the boy doing the presentation obviously doesn't know how to speak English and is obviously some foreigner, maybe someone from an Arab country. And from where I am in Texas, everyone knows how to speak English.
So had it been from someone who spoke English the video would have been good.
time to give that weber a blast off with the pressure washer int it
Out of interest, what size is your weber, 47 or 57cm? Just bought myself a 47, not sure if it's too small to try out all your recipes!
Great video, just got myself a weber 47cm Bar B Kettle and looking forward to having a go at a whole chicken. Where did you buy the grate with the separators for the coals on each side? So far ive only seen the very expensive Weber baskets, your grate seems a better option!
Great video. Will be trying later. Best form of cooking. Love it
I love your video, it was very helpful any idea the size of the chicken? It looks like a 2 kg (4 lbs). Is thaxt about right?
Great video. I bought the pan and rack exactly like yours. I like the size chicken you used. Up here (U.S.) it's hard to find one that small. Ours are big and fat, like everything else. (Insert punch line here.) Again- great video. Thanks.
When my legs wobble and my juices run clear, I'm cooked too!
nice and simple... good work.

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Coal is extracted from the ground by coal mining, either underground by shaft mining, or at ground level by open pit mining extraction.


Coal is primarily used as a solid fuel to produce electricity and heat through combustion. World coal consumption was about 7.25 billion tonnes in 2010 The price of coal increased from around $30.00 per short ton in 2000 to around $150.00 per short ton as of September 2008. In early 2015, it was trading near $56/ton.