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LouNY

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That's cause your to close to the flame, raise the loader!!!!!!
 
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Doughknob

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that's a good one! But my property is small enough I can walk back to the house for supper......
 
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DanMc77

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Brilliant redneck grilling idea!!!!

I think you need a bigger fire, and need to use butter. Everything is better with butter. Alternatively I would be inclined to use forks and put a a grate between them with some hickory or apple chips on the fire. Then you don't burn the oil in the bucket, and you'll pick up some of the smoke flavor. Be very careful not to get the forks too hot, softening the steel.
 
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Tinhack

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The stuff I shovel around here you sure don't want to put in your mouth. I'd be concerned about Tetanus. :oops:
 
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oosik

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I'm with Tinhack. I transport bucket loads of "stuff" when I clean out the neighbors feed lots. I don't really think it would enhance the flavor of the chicken. Besides I DO have a bar-b-q grill.
 
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CADplans

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Peanut oil is the highest "smoke" temp oil,,
Olive oil is the healthiest,,

I simply grill on a wire rack so that neither type of oil is required.
 
 
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