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Post Tue Jun 18, 2013 9:28 pm
tex_toby well done
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I picked up a crawfish jambalaya stuffed chicken from Buc-ees this weekend and tossed it on the grill and cooked indirectly tonight. Can't say I ever thought I would be grilling a gas station chicken and sharing it, but this came out awesome! Buc-ees is doing it right!

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I doctored it up with a little Hoochie Mama
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On the grill it goes
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Money Shot!
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Post Wed Jun 19, 2013 8:33 am
Griffin well done
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Interesting. Looks a lot like one you can get at Central Market or from Moody's Meats back when I lived in Corpus. I think that's where Frank gets his on The Texas BBQ Forum.

Post Wed Jun 19, 2013 8:55 am
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Looks great, Toby! Sometimes good things can be found in unexpected places!

We have a funky little restaurant here and it has jambalaya and etouffee on the menu. Your post has me thinking that I could pick up an order of either and stuff a chicken at home.

Or maybe I should just send the owner the link to this thread and let him do the work. :lol:

Post Wed Jun 19, 2013 10:30 am
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tex_toby wrote:
I picked up a crawfish jambalaya stuffed chicken from Buc-ees this weekend and tossed it on the grill and cooked indirectly tonight. Can't say I ever thought I would be grilling a gas station chicken and sharing it, but this came out awesome! Buc-ees is doing it right!
tex 8)


I didn't even know there was such a thing as a gas station chicken! But that's one mighty fine looking bird, tex! :cheers:
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Post Wed Jun 19, 2013 10:54 am
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Well, Bucc-ees IS a gas station, but not your typical gas station. Imagine 60 gas pumps, candy, jerky, sausage, deli, bbq stand, grills, t-shirts, stuffed animals, toys, games, home decor, etc etc etc. Its HUGE. :lol: The closest one to me is about 3 hours from my house, but I can always find a way to spend at least $75 every time I walk in the door.
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Post Wed Jun 19, 2013 1:25 pm
sroach well done
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That's some fine looking chicken.. and nice job on the asparagus too..

Is this a repeat menu for you Toby?
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Post Wed Jun 19, 2013 2:53 pm
tex_toby well done
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sroach wrote:
That's some fine looking chicken.. and nice job on the asparagus too..

Is this a repeat menu for you Toby?


Thanks! I'll definitely pick up another chicken or two next time I drive by. They had 5 or 6 different stuffing choices. :)
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Post Wed Jun 19, 2013 5:53 pm
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tex_toby wrote:
Well, Bucc-ees IS a gas station, but not your typical gas station. Imagine 60 gas pumps, candy, jerky, sausage, deli, bbq stand, grills, t-shirts, stuffed animals, toys, games, home decor, etc etc etc. Its HUGE. :lol: The closest one to me is about 3 hours from my house, but I can always find a way to spend at least $75 every time I walk in the door.


Wow - the biggest I've seen is the truck stop halfway from my work to my home, and it's only got 30 pumps. So Bucc-ees is a Texas-sized gas station, then?

It sounds like you couldn't call that little concrete strip where they keep the pumps an "island". I wonder if they'd call it a "peninsula" or a "continent"? :D
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Post Thu Jun 20, 2013 7:42 am
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My cousin recently stopped at a Buc-ee's on the way back from Florida. She said it was a new one and that they had car hop service like you would find at Sonic. Pull up and fill up both your tanks. :lol:

Post Sun Jun 23, 2013 8:41 am
QJuju well done
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Wow... That looks amazing!! What a great combo.
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