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Famous High Priest Social Barbeque Chicken Recipe

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Chet Lamoreaux
Added: Monday, August 27, 2007


1 large peaches can, empty, cleaned and paper
1 regular 2 inch paint brush
1 pair of channel lock pliers
1 pair of white cotton gloves to use to turn the
Chicken, cut in half or fourth, cleaned and ready to
2 cubes margarine
Juice from 1/2 ponderosa lemon ("braggin" lemons)
or the juice from 2 regular lemons
2 tsp. garlic powder
2 tsp. seasoning salt, lawry's brand
2 T. Worcestershire sauce
1/2 to 1 cup of Draft BBQ sauce

Heat BBQ grill to medium-high heat. Put two cubes of margarine in the empty can and melt over the heated grill. Add the lemon juice, garlic powder, seasoning salt, and worcestershire sauce, mix well.
Place chicken on grill and brush with the mixture in the can. Turn chicken as needed using white cotton gloves and brush with mixture at each turn. When chicken is fully done, add BBQ sauce to the can and brush of the last two turns of the chicken. Serve with baked potatoes, lots of butter and sour cream, green salad, and Lynn Cranney's great rolls. Top it all off with homemade ice cream.




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