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    I need a picture of burnt chicken

    I'm working on a Deep Dive ebook on chicken and I need a picture of burnt chicken like this one from the Food Network. I'd like to use it but I don't have permission and I don't want to be sued. Do one of you have such a picture I can use? I WON'T give you photo credit unless you want it.
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    #2
    I'd love to share such a picture, but you taught me how to not burn chicken and still get it done and tasty

    Edit: I found this picture with a couple of the thighs a bit black.

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    • ecowper
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      what it shows, I think, is that when you are getting that skin well browned and crispy, you have to be really careful about timing and watching to see that it doesn't burn. Happens really quickly.

    • Meathead
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      NO! Too pretty. I'd eat that!

    • ecowper
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      Meathead That’s chicken cooked for Chicken Teriyaki ... takes a lot of work to get the skin just right. If you aren’t careful, it goes from very dark and crispy to burnt in about 30 seconds.

    #3
    When I have chicken like that, I don't take pics. I take the skin off, add some BBQ sauce and serve.

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    • bbqLuv
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      I don't either. Pictures of burnt cooks kinds of "Salt and Pepper Rub" in wounds.

    • Dewesq55
      Dewesq55 commented
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      Ahumadora - I think you really need to explore your anger issues with your mother in law with a good therapist! 😁😁😁😁

    • ecowper
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      Ahumadora my Mother-In-Law deserved (and loved) great cooking .. my mother, on the the other hand ...

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    This?
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    • Meathead
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      Jeez, don't you know how to properly burn something?

    • RichieB
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      I'll keep working at it.

    #5
    Give me an hour and I'll get back to you! LOL

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      #6
      Is this burnt enough?

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      Definitely didn't taste burnt but there are some dark spots. Not sure if that is what you need or not.

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      • Meathead
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        Barely on the line. Who wouldn't eat that?

      #7
      Not my finest work, but it tasted alright.
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      • Meathead
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        The winner!

      • USMCCrashCrew89
        USMCCrashCrew89 commented
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        Woo! I can brag about chicken so photographic it’s published! I don’t have to say WHY it was photographic, right?

      • gcdmd
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        Huskee
        or well caramelized

      #8
      That Food Network picture cracks me up because, unless I am mistaken, the Food Network did not intend that picture to be an example of "what not do do" although it obviously is. Didn't anyone working on that project think to speak up and say "Uh ... guys? Are we really going to run a picture of badly burned chicken?"

      "Don't worry! We'll put some lemons around it and arrange it nicely."

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        #9
        Try scanning through the FAIL thread, surely lots of stuff to use in there: https://pitmaster.amazingribs.com/fo...aps-and-oopses

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          #10
          Ratz, too bad my fathers not around anymore, I could send you some real doozies of carbon glazed hen.

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          • gilbertpilz
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            Same here. As many times as my father prepared chicken that was burned black on the outside and dangerously raw in the middle he never figured out that you couldn't cook it over direct heat.

          #11
          Or you can photoshop a picture of properly cooked chicken into burned chicken, aliens, anything.

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            #12
            I would have used this rotisserie chicken but nobody would believe it was really an accident and not done on purpose.
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            • SonOfAButcher
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              Spun until it hit a balmy 900 degrees....:-)

            • ecowper
              ecowper commented
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              wow

            • treesmacker
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              Looks like maybe a grease fire got that one!

            #13
            I don't know if this is burned enough - I scanned through a year worth of photos, and this was the most burned looking chicken I could find...

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              #14
              If only I had taken a picture of the chicken from when I did beer butt chicken directly over the flame on my gasser, so the beer boiled over, along with the chicken fat melting down. That was some properly burned chicken! Also from before when I started reading how to BBQ at Amazing Ribs, and started taking pictures of the stuff I cooked.

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                • treesmacker
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                  Yep - that's burnt - at least the skin is!

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