Recipe of the Day: Pat's Beer Can Grilled Chicken

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Even if you've already tried this popular method of grilling chicken, now you can try it with Pat Neely's famous dry rub made with smoked paprika, cayenne pepper, thyme, cumin and oregano. Set aside a day this weekend to make this smoky, beer-laden bird.

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