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Welcome back folks! Well it's back to school for most this
week and although Fall begins near the end of September,
this upcoming holiday weekend marks the unofficial end of
Summer. That doesn't mean there isn't still plenty of
grilling time left though and I've decided to devote the
entire week of recipes to those die-hard charcoal fans.
Take this GRILLED CHICKEN WITH ROSEMARY for instance. Who
wouldn't be out rain or shine to get a hold of some of
this? This uses dried rosemary but it would be an added
bonus having some fresh rosemary to use as a basting tool,
then leaving on the side as a garnish.

Enjoy & stick around for more!
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2 broiler chickens (3 lbs ea, split), backbones removed
1/4 cup vegetable oil
8 tablespoons butter, melted
1/2 cup dry white wine or 1/3 cup lemon juice
2 teaspoons dried rosemary, crushed
1 clove garlic
1 teaspoon salt
freshly ground black pepper, to taste

Prepare the grill by placing an oiled rack 4 to 6 inches over
medium-hot coals. Combine the oil, butter, wine or lemon
juice, rosemary, garlic and salt. Brush the chicken halves
inside and out with 1/4 cup of the seasoned butter. Place the
chickens bone side down on the grill. Baste them frequently
with the remaining seasoned butter and turn the pieces every
10 minutes for a total of 30 to 40 minutes in all. Sprinkle
well with pepper and serve.

Yield: 4 Servings

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If you're using a gas grill, follow the manufacturer's
instructions for lighting the grill and setting the cooking
temperature. If the grill has lava rocks, wait about 15
minutes after starting the grill to allow the rocks to heat

For charcoal grills, begin by lining the firebox with foil.
Pile charcoal briquettes in a mound, drizzle on liquid charcoal
starter, wait 1 minute, then carefully ignite the coals.
Charcoal can take as long as 30 minutes to reach cooking

** Light charcoal at least 30 minutes before cooking time,
then test for the correct temperature before placing chicken
on the grill.

** Be sure the rack is clean; spray with nonstick vegetable
spray or rub lightly with vegetable oil to prevent sticking.

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