We’re having grilled chicken tonight, and we’re using the rest of our bottle of Texas Rib Candy on it. This won’t be the first time we’ve used Rib Candy on chicken, either. So far, we’ve used Rib Candy on several kinds of meat, but my family seems to like it best on pork ribs and chicken.
It was after reading the review of Texas Rib Candy on Shylah’s blog that inspired me to grill some chicken again tonight. The pictures and descriptions on Shylah’s blog made me so hungry for grilled Rib Candy chicken again! She wrote that she almost licked the stuff off the basting brush. I confess that I actually did, although I did manage to wait until after I was finished basting the chicken. Germs? I was past caring.
The chicken is thawing as I write, and tonight after work we’ll fire up the grill and put the chicken on. I hid what’s left of our last bottle of Rib Candy behind some leftovers in the refrigerator so the kids wouldn’t find it and use it on lunch meat – shut up; it’s awesome on lunch meat! – and I just finished making Spicy Potato Salad to go with the grilled chicken.
Oh, and how will I cut up the chicken before slapping it on the grill? With my awesome Messermeister poultry shears, that’s how.
Come on over; we’ve got enough chicken and potato salad for a crowd. Isn’t that how the best cookouts are?