Recipe of the Day: The Ultimate Barbecued Chicken
The ultimate backyard picnic treat, Tyler's barbecued chicken is juicy and full of flavor. He takes thighs and legs that are still connected and slathers them with a homemade sauce flavored with bacon, brown sugar, molasses, thyme, garlic and onion.
Serve this with Bobby's Creamy Cole Slaw to make it a complete meal.
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