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Post Sat Jul 14, 2012 7:50 pm
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Show and tell time again. I had a new sauce to try--Tabasco's teriyaki spicy. Let the bird soak overnight. I cued it over a combination of charcoal and mesquite lump-- but just enough to create a flavor presence. The aromas of that and the teriyaki drove me wild. First the sauce, then the cook...

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Post Sat Jul 14, 2012 10:44 pm
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Yessir! That looks great, beercuer! I've never seen that sauce before, but I'm going to keep my eye out for it. Did you dip the chicken in the sauce, or did you baste with it?
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Post Sun Jul 15, 2012 12:05 am
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That's one beautiful bird. i didn't start eating teriyaki until I moved out here. Now I could bathe in the stuff.

Post Sun Jul 15, 2012 1:11 am
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Thank you both so much! :D

I find that a bird like this works so well with a stir fry and pineapple in some form for dessert.

Dyal-- My brother had to pick this sauce up in San Franicisco. So it might be hard to locate in your local area. However, I know you could always get it on Amazon, which they handle straight from the Tabasco people.

I tell you how I marinated this overnight. I cut right underneath the metal retaining ring on the bag. Then I poured the marinade in that bag to conserve space and concentrate the sauce into the smallest possible area. Lastly, I sealed that all up in a one gallon zip lock bag.

I did not baste it, though I sure could have. I also could have poured some marinade in the beer cannon, but silly me used grapefruit juice instead.
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Post Sun Jul 15, 2012 9:29 am
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That bird looks real tasty. DOes that suace have a strong soy sauce flavor?
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Post Sun Jul 15, 2012 11:01 am
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jsperk wrote:
That bird looks real tasty. DOes that suace have a strong soy sauce flavor?


Thank you, Jsperk. This is a very powerful sauce, concentrated with flavor. It is every bit a hot sauce as much as a teriyaki sauce. But yes, for better or worse, it does have a strong soy flavor. In fact, the list of ingredients in ranking order are:

soy sauce
sugar
Japanese sweet cooking rice wine
Tabasco pepper sauce

Even though it has that much sugar, it doesn't taste as much sweet as it does salty. Again it sure does have a kick. I really enjoy it. It's different from anything else out there. :D
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Post Mon Jul 16, 2012 8:00 am
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Chicken looks good, Beercuer! Looks like you got a nice crisp skin on it.

Like Dyal I've not seen that sauce, either, but maybe it'll show up in a store around here. I've never seen a spicy teriyaki sauce before.

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Post Mon Jul 16, 2012 8:28 am
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Thanks, Brad :D

After enough trial and error, I've discovered I get my best results by maintaining a cooking temp of 325-350 degrees. The lower temps produce a rawhide skin for me-- you know, leather tuff :lol:
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Post Mon Jul 16, 2012 8:35 am
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I recall that device... yard bird looks delicious!
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Post Mon Jul 16, 2012 10:15 pm
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QJuju wrote:
I recall that device... yard bird looks delicious!


Say, thank you, Qjuju :D Great to see ya again. Oh yeah, the turkey cannon-- I really like the way it cooks every square millimeter of skin. I look to do a turkey as well on it later this week.
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