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Chicken Leg Quarters

post #1 of 11
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It's not supposed to snow and ice in East Texas !!! After a week of bad weather, I couldn't stand it any longer. I brushed the snow of the smoker and fired it up. Super 1 food had leg quarters on for $.39 a lb. I bought 20# here are some pintures.IMG_1103.JPGIMG_1104.JPGIMG_1105.JPGIMG_1106.JPGIMG_1107.JPGIMG_1108.JPGIMG_1109.JPG

post #2 of 11

That chicken looks great, so does the smoker, did you build it yourself.

post #3 of 11
Thread Starter 

Thank you,  I did most of the design work, my son did all the fitting and welding. This was our first build. It really works great and holds temp. well. We wanted a Reverse Flow, no complaints. Thinking about a trailer mounted version next time. Looking for a 150 gal. propane tank. I will post more pictures of the Chicken in a little while.

post #4 of 11
Thread Starter 

Chicken after about two hours, at 200  spraying with apple juiceIMG_1110.JPGIMG_1111.JPGIMG_1112.JPG

post #5 of 11

Looking Good from here...

post #6 of 11

Man, that's ALOT of chicken you got there, and it looks great!

post #7 of 11

Chicken looks awesome. Looks like your cooker's chugging along quite nicely!

post #8 of 11

Looking very tasty!!!



post #9 of 11


Well snow or no snow thoses are some fine looking chicken you have there.

post #10 of 11

Great looking Chicken, Gary!


And awesome Qview---It's even "Zoomable" !!!!





post #11 of 11

Both look great to me!!! Nice job on both!

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