ROTISSERIE CHICKEN

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RE: ROTISSERIE CHICKEN 2006/09/23 12:21:03 (permalink)
Oooooh well. Maybe he will return someday? I do like the thread he started.
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RE: ROTISSERIE CHICKEN 2006/09/23 15:37:12 (permalink)
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Originally posted by xannie_01

okay, i would like to add my 2 cents ..
the best rotissierie chicken is
the one i make with my ronco showtime
rotissierie. and it really really works
dayle


I see that all the time on the infomercials and wondered if it lived up to the hype. If they include a Pocket Fisherman, I'm definately buyin'. BTW, congrats dayle on the double chili cheeseburger! That's a lot of contributions. Fred
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RE: ROTISSERIE CHICKEN 2006/09/23 16:45:25 (permalink)
The best homemade grilled chicken I have ever had is Cornell Chicken. I found the recipe on Roadfood:

1 egg
1 cup vegetable oil
2 cups cider vinegar
3 tablespoons salt
1 tablespoon poultry seasoning
1 teaspoon ground black pepper


Marinate the chicken overnight, reserving some of the unused marinade for basting. I have kept unused marinade in the fridge for a week (until the next time I made chicken) with no problem.

Check it out on this thread:

http://www.roadfood.com/Forums/topic.asp?TOPIC_ID=953&SearchTerms=cornell,chicken

YUM!
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RE: ROTISSERIE CHICKEN 2006/09/23 16:47:42 (permalink)
Sounds really yummy but it is not good to keep a marinade with egg in it...although have any of us died yet???
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RE: ROTISSERIE CHICKEN 2006/09/23 18:01:10 (permalink)
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Originally posted by annpeeples

Sounds really yummy but it is not good to keep a marinade with egg in it...although have any of us died yet???


It must be fine.............100's of organizations in central NY state have used this marinade recipe for years............the chickens are soaked in this overnight but in the refrigerator and the left-over marinade is thrown away. Our family had actually made this dozens and dozens of times. I really cannot see what the problem would be with this marinade.
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RE: ROTISSERIE CHICKEN 2006/09/23 18:36:35 (permalink)
Exactly-overnight in the fridge is great!But the post indicated she kept the marinade for a week...that is what I was referring to...
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RE: ROTISSERIE CHICKEN 2006/09/23 19:14:10 (permalink)
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Exactly-overnight in the fridge is great!But the post indicated she kept the marinade for a week...that is what I was referring to...


I misread. Once the raw chicken has been soaked in a marinade, I would never keep any that was left over...............no matter whether the marinade contained egg or not. But this is just the way I feel. I might be wrong but then again, the idea of saving marinade of any kind that meat has been soaking just is not something that I would do.
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RE: ROTISSERIE CHICKEN 2006/09/23 19:32:23 (permalink)
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Originally posted by Trishkaidekaphobia



I have kept unused marinade in the fridge for a week (until the next time I made chicken) with no problem.



This is the first time I've ever encountered a literacy problem on Roadfood. Maybe everyone's just in too much of a hurry to read carefully.

I had indicated that I kept UNUSED marinade in the fridge for a week, i.e. marinade that has not ever had chicken soaking in it. Only a fool (or someone with a death wish) would try and save used marinade.

Cook safely!
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RE: ROTISSERIE CHICKEN 2006/09/24 06:03:36 (permalink)
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Originally posted by annpeeples

Exactly-overnight in the fridge is great!But the post indicated she kept the marinade for a week...that is what I was referring to...
I keep mayonasie in my fridge alot longer than a week, and thats nothing more than raw eggs and oil. Chow Jim
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RE: ROTISSERIE CHICKEN 2006/09/25 15:43:36 (permalink)
Cowboy Chicken does have a website so it's a real place.
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RE: ROTISSERIE CHICKEN 2006/09/25 15:54:15 (permalink)
What do Barry Bonds and Costco rotisserie chickens have in common ?

Steroids.

These are some of the biggest chickens I have ever encountered.
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RE: ROTISSERIE CHICKEN 2006/09/25 15:58:21 (permalink)
Yep it's real Holly. I ben there. I think it may have been the poster who was accused of not beng real? Or, maybe real but a troll.

Shoot Jim, I hate to think how long I have kept mayo in the fridge!
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RE: ROTISSERIE CHICKEN 2006/09/25 19:58:32 (permalink)
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Originally posted by Jimeats

quote:
Originally posted by annpeeples

Exactly-overnight in the fridge is great!But the post indicated she kept the marinade for a week...that is what I was referring to...
I keep mayonasie in my fridge alot longer than a week, and thats nothing more than raw eggs and oil. Chow Jim


Hi Jim, commercial mayonnaise products use pasteurized eggs so are Salmonella free. If you make your own, it's still low but there is a risk of salmonella poisonning. Eat hearty! Fred
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RE: ROTISSERIE CHICKEN 2007/07/05 09:46:13 (permalink)
El Pollo Rico, Arlington, VA. They marinate the birds, then stuff spices under the skin before putting them on the "roto". After their original location just off Washington Bv. in Clarendon became super prime real estate, they moved the business nearby to 932 N Kenmore St.

Also "muy excellente" is Crisp and Juicy at the Lee Heights Shopping Center (on Lee between Glebe and and the Military/Quincy/Old Dominion intersection in Cherrydale). Same technique + Argentine spices.

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RE: ROTISSERIE CHICKEN 2008/06/27 09:55:14 (permalink)
Bandera Restaurant in Corona Del Mar (Orange County) California...has the most succulent Rotisserie chickens I've ever had--and when you drive by there is about 100 of them on display inside a huge rotisserie that has a glass window. Pricey but truly gourmet, get them to go so you can avoid waiting, tips, etc. They always have them ready to go as a quick take-home meal.
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RE: ROTISSERIE CHICKEN 2008/06/27 10:07:45 (permalink)
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Originally posted by Adjudicator

quote:
Originally posted by JROD79

ANYONE EVER HEARD OF COWBOY CHICKEN? BEST ROTISSERIE CHICKEN IN TEXAS!
BEEN AROUND SINCE 1986. GREAT SIDE ITEMS...FAMOUS TWICE BAKED POTATERS,GREEN BEANS,AND HOMEMADE PEACH COBBLER. YA'LL COME IN TRY IT NEXT TIME YOUR IN DFW.



Only one post (08/17/06)??? A Troll.


Is a Troll the same thing as a shill? We tried Cowboy Chicken recently and it was decent, but not nearly as good as the places I cited a year ago in a post almost immediately above.
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RE: ROTISSERIE CHICKEN 2008/06/27 10:15:04 (permalink)
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Originally posted by MetroplexJim

quote:
Originally posted by Adjudicator

quote:
Originally posted by JROD79

ANYONE EVER HEARD OF COWBOY CHICKEN? BEST ROTISSERIE CHICKEN IN TEXAS!
BEEN AROUND SINCE 1986. GREAT SIDE ITEMS...FAMOUS TWICE BAKED POTATERS,GREEN BEANS,AND HOMEMADE PEACH COBBLER. YA'LL COME IN TRY IT NEXT TIME YOUR IN DFW.



Only one post (08/17/06)??? A Troll.


Is a Troll the same thing as a shill? We tried Cowboy Chicken recently and it was decent, but not nearly as good as the places I cited a year ago in a post almost immediately above.


A shill is a poker player paid by the house to fill up tables in a poker room...Russ
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RE: ROTISSERIE CHICKEN 2008/06/28 04:23:21 (permalink)
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Originally posted by yamahafjr

Bandera Restaurant in Corona Del Mar (Orange County) California...has the most succulent Rotisserie chickens I've ever had--and when you drive by there is about 100 of them on display inside a huge rotisserie that has a glass window. Pricey but truly gourmet, get them to go so you can avoid waiting, tips, etc. They always have them ready to go as a quick take-home meal.


Bandera is a chain stretching from Chicago to the west Coast.
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