Hey all, I'm looking to grill a few chickens (spatch cocked) way on my charcoal grill. Normally, I'll use my propane grill because I can cook the chicken using in-direct heat and I'll place the bird on the rack above the heat. Yesterday, I tried grilling the chicken on the charcoal grill but it was cooking to fast and started smoking. (I obviously had to cook the bird directly on the coals). So, I finished the cook on the propane grill. Using the propane grill, I'll get the grill as hot as it will go and then will turn off one burner and will let the food cook around 350 degrees. Here's the issue. I want to cook several birds for a church function. What's the best way of grilling 3 - 4 birds without them burning? I really prefer cooking a whole bird in the spatch cocked method because it'll cook faster and more even. But I don't know if it's possible to do on a charcoal grill or is it best to just put the 3 - 4 birds on the propane grills rack and just turn them over frequently. Thanks all. By the way, here's my first Q-view. It's of yesterday's bird. Good gosh it was almost to pretty to eat. lol.