38 thoughts on “Weber Q: Roast Chicken

  • How did you look after the grates of your weber bby q? Are you having any rusting issues?

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  • What the hell were the gas settings, what's the point of it all if you dont show us.?

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  • MMMMMM! Chicken flavoured welding gloves. AAARRRRGGGGHHHHH!!!!!!!!!!

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  • Good afternoon. I am from Russia. We do not have this kit for sale. Help to buy it. Money will send any convenient way for You.
    Thanks in advance.
    Dmitry.

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  • Could you put in the link to the roasting rack and the roasting pan please

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  • Hello my American friend. We too have a Webber q 3200. Your tips are excellent, so thank you for making my cooking go from great to amazing………..From The land Downunder

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  • this is amazing. but how do you keep your weber q at a low enough temperature? ours won't go below 200 deg C and the chicken burns before it is cooked through. help!

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  • Nice work. We do the same on the back of our boat. It drives the other boaties crazy with the smell.

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  • Just watched your whole chicken video and really enjoyed it, I have the baby Q 2200 and love it we mainly use it when we go away in our caravan here in the Uk ??. It’s amazing what you can do on these bbq’s. I have subscribed to your channel and am enjoying all your recipes, keep up the good work. ????

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  • Greetings from israel! Love all your recipes, the chicken is great! Zataar is pretty common over here you can pronounce it like that :
    Za-aa- tar 🙂 keep up the good job!

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  • Love this. I want to get this grill. Is there much difference between the different models?

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  • Just wanna let you know that I subscribe to your channel after watching this video, not only that but I went out and bought the Weber q 1200 after watching you video! I also cooked a whole chicken I did a lemon pepper chicken it was awesome!!! Thanks for the inspection. Jose from Texas.

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  • Tried it tonight, Best chicken iv'e had in a long time. Your right about the za atar seasoning, Delicious!

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  • Did your roast bird this afternoon. Super impressed with the juiciness and flavor. This grill is a winner. Your recipes are winners also.

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  • Weber Q roast chicken, fabulous with the Za-atar seasoning, local asparagus and corn on the cob grilled with new baby potatoes, sensational. Washed down with a couple of brewdog IPA (available world wide I believe) enjoyed on the patio in very sunny Scotland would you believe!

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  • Just found your channel searching for indirect grilling on the Weber Q. The chicken looks fabulous! Do you think an onion would work in place of the lemon? Is the lemon primarily for moisture? Keep up the good work, great videos of wonderful food!

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  • Sorry to read Weber has discontinued the roasting rack and shield. I bought a Q 2200 a year ago because our condo does not permit charcoal. I used to be good with ribs but have found the propane indirect grilling a real challenge. I am sorry Weber has chosen not to support their products. Thank god for the Fire Escape Griller.
    Kona Bob

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  • Nice grilling, but Za'atr is something we add to sweets and pastries. There are other herbs for cooking meat.

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  • Great video again, that chicken was so tasty looking;)) I am gonna spread the word of your channel here in Denmark!!

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  • I used to stuff slices of garlic underneath the skin all over the chicken. Have you tried doing that? Also, have you tried putting cheese under the skin as well?

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