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post #1 of 7
Thread Starter 

G,day all

 

Today I just finished smoking a whole chicken and 3 pigeons.

I brined chicken for 2 days, and pigeons 1 day. The pictures are a bit rough, as I was in too much rush to break it open to photograph ( and eat).

 

I took it to about 170 internal temp, and I reckon it was cooked very nicely. The pigeons were very nice too.

I am happy now with the temp gauge on my BBQ(smoker), but I think my brine was perhaps a little bit weak 1?2 cup Salt to about 1 gallon (5 ltrs) water and 1/2 TBS Kuritkwik (donated by my local butcher.

I also need to get a bigger hit of smoke flavour, but I will work on that one.

 

I used a sawdust (donation) from a MYALL tree but I am sure there are woods that are a lot stronger smoke so I will get onto that too

 

 

following are some "rough" pics

 

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You may notice I smothered it with Jeff's rub  ( I love the stuff)

 

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I burnt my fingers breaking it apart, hence no precision carved look

 

Conclusion : It tastes very moist and tender, and if the wife does not get home pretty soon she's gunna miss out

 

 

Regards to all

Vic  (down under)

 

 

post #2 of 7
Thread Starter 

salt quantity should read half a cup

 

Vic

post #3 of 7

Looks great Vic! Love the color of the skin, bet it was tasty!

post #4 of 7

Looks-Great.gifpractice makes perfect.

post #5 of 7

Looks good from here.

 

Good luck and good smoking.

post #6 of 7

What a moist bird!

Thanks for sharing your Qview thumb1.gif

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post #7 of 7

And i almost missed it . it looks great meal well done i thought the chicken in OZ are bigger  Mark%20Tully.jpg

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