So, there's this recipe, you basically stuff an opened beer can up a chicken's opening, and smoke the chicken. Some says it imparts a nice flavor to the chicken, others say that it helps keep the meat moist as the beer boils in the can. I don't know one way or the other, because I like the taste of smoked chicken, but this morning at about 8:00, I put some chickens on to smoke, using the beer can recipe and these little chicken holders. I used Boonie's recipe for smoked chicken, which is simply to coat the bird in margarine, then sprinkle it liberally with Tony's Cajun Seasoning. While I was prepping chickens, Milady made a potato salad and some baked beans.
I put those chickens in the smoker at 300F for four hours, with pecan hulls for smoke. Took them off at noon, and fed the assembled family.
I guess it was okay, I didn't have a lot of leftovers. What there is will become chicken salad for sandwiches tomorrow night.