I like smoked chicken but LOVE beer can chicken! Crispy skin and rotisserie chicken flavor are hard to beat. We also like to marinate chuck roast, and cook it on the grill. Roasts are a cheaper cut of meat, and are full of flavor. If you're cooking for a large group, roasts are an economical way to feed them red meat. Since there's a lot of fat in a roast, you have to trim as much as you can, or you'll have flare ups on the grill. I like to sear all sided of the pieces of roast, and then cook on low/medium heat until they're done. Cooking hot and fast will produce a tough piece of roast. During the cook, I'll either dunk the meat into the left over marinade, or brush it on. This gives you a a nice coating on your meat MEAT MARINADE 1 Cup Yoshida's Sauce 1 Cup French or Western Dressing 1/2 - 1 Cup Water 1 TSP DipStix Steak Seasoning - Season Salt or Montreal Steak Seasoning Works Too 1 TSP Minced Garlic Cut roast into 2" x 2" x ?" pieces Trim bones, silver skin and fat Place roast in ZipLoc Bag and pour in Meat Marinade Allow to marinade in fridge for 24 - 48+ hours - Longer is better! Flip bag several times, to allow for marinade to cover all sided of the meat Sear all sides for a few minutes at high heat, to seal the meat Finish on grill at low/medium heat until done Cook time approx. 20 minutes, depending on grill temp I like medium - medium/well for a roast Marinade Ingredients Place Meat and Marinade in a ZipLoc Bag for 24 - 48+ Hours and into the Fridge Roast Grillled to Medium With a Little Friend....Mr. Beer Can Chicken Oh, I added a few Scewers of Vidalia Onions and Sweet Peppers to the Grill Grilled Roast Close Up Plated and Ready to Eat Corn was Cooked using a Cooler See This Thread: http://www.smokingmeatforums.com/t/124105/cooler-corn And....The Money Shot!