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post #21 of 36

Looks great Jon

post #22 of 36
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Originally Posted by Scarbelly View Post

Looking good Jon - Did you know you can post multiple pics to the same post by just reapeating the same process as the first pic?



lol i did not.  now i do.  thanks.  i was wandering about that

 

 

post #23 of 36

Great looking legs you got there Jon!!!

 

Did I just say that?   That's it, I've been on here tooooo long!

 

 

Bear

post #24 of 36

Everything looks great Jon! Congrats to your wife on the beans too.

post #25 of 36
Everything looks good man! I miss your part of the the country, I lived in Destin for 6 years but I spent a night in Crestview after a long day/night of drinking...and it wasn't a good night!
post #26 of 36

Those look great! gonna try some of these this weekend :)

post #27 of 36

Jon they look very  moist and yummmmy bravo.png

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post #28 of 36

Great looking meal there. Have you ever tried soaking the legs in buttermilk overnight first?

post #29 of 36
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Originally Posted by alelover View Post

Great looking meal there. Have you ever tried soaking the legs in buttermilk overnight first?


Oh No---Not the corn bread again !!!   roflmao.gif

 

 

Bear

 

post #30 of 36

Your quarters look great Jon,

The BB's and ABT's are my favorites.........What am i sayin'!!!........(Everything smoked) is my favorite!  grilling_smilie.gif

 

Thanks for sharin'

post #31 of 36
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Originally Posted by alelover View Post

Great looking meal there. Have you ever tried soaking the legs in buttermilk overnight first?



Will that eliminate those cramps you get in your calf muscles, after a long day?  roflmao.gif

 

Bear

post #32 of 36

Looks great Jon!! Maybe just hit them with a light glaze towards the end for something different...

 

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Originally Posted by Flash View Post

Looks like my simple recipe. I never brine chicken. Have seen no need too.  

Flash you should try brining once.  Every time I do, I swear I will never eat poultry with out brining.  Then I eventually get lazy and stop for a while...then I get inspired and brine again and declare that I will brine from here on out.  It truly does make a difference!
post #33 of 36
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Originally Posted by Shellbellc View Post

Flash you should try brining once.  Every time I do, I swear I will never eat poultry with out brining.  Then I eventually get lazy and stop for a while...then I get inspired and brine again and declare that I will brine from here on out.  It truly does make a difference!



 Well actually I have done a turkey and some Bluefish, one time each. Both the wife and I saw no reason. We are happy with marinading or injecting our food.

post #34 of 36

Jon, next time that we smoke something at your house, we need to make sure your regulator works a little better. Those damn ABT's took too long!

post #35 of 36

Man O Man that chicken looks great.. Nice job bet it was tasty

post #36 of 36

Nice chicken!!!!! Thanks, now i'm hungry!!!

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