This was offered at the NYS fair in Syracuse when I lived in NY...delicious! I have used this recipe like three times a month, even in the winter. I usually grill it on a gas grill, but I think charcoal makes it even better. I remember the make-shift grills at the fair...cinder blocks built up with grills on top, done with charcoal, and the marinade swabbed on with a mop...best memories ever!
The Doctor, in the urban-legends I have heard, was "tasked" with the challenge of creating a marinade that would "bind" on the chicken, thus the egg.
The amount in this recipe is enough to grill three different batches of 6-8 chicken thighs, IMO. I use VERY little for marinating in the plastic bag, just enough to coat, and then use a more liberal amount for "swabbing" while on the grill. The marinade to flame/heat ratio (coat, then turn) will make this best on a gas grill...
And the rest will keep in the fridge...that much vinegar, it's all good!
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This was offered at the NYS fair in Syracuse when I lived in NY...delicious! I have used this...