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In this video, learn how to finish the BBQ chicken on the grill.
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Hey guys. Mike Hedrick, Pit Pirate BBQ. We are sizzling on the grill, we got our chicken, we got out baked beans and they are all finishing up. You know your chicken is good, nice and safe when you got an internal temperature of about 160 degrees. You could take it a little bit further, your smaller pieces are going to cook up just a little bit quicker but you want to get them all up to about 160 degrees. Our baked beans, man they turned out really good out here on the grill. You can see that they’re heated up all the way through, they have already been cooked, so we don’t need to get them all boiled and everything. We just want them to get heated up we want to bring them up to nice safe temperature to serve which is 160 degrees and we have that next thing when we got all these beautiful pieces of chicken. They got great grill marks on them, they got some nice charring that you can see, but they are just as moist and tender on the inside. So, we’re going to go and finish up this chicken. We’ve had a great day out here, cooking here in Virginia has been lovely, weather is perfect here for it’s been an early autumn day, we have enjoyed doing all of these. So it's time you get down internet looking and get out there and do you some cooking. So Mike Hedrick Pit Pirate BBQ, until next time guys.