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Practice for wing competition

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So I'm doing my first competition in two weeks (amature), being judged on wings and ribs. I've never smoked wings before so I'm not expecting to place too well. So tonight I decided to cook up some wings and practice on preparing the box for presentation. I've never made a presentation box so I still need a lot of practice, 1st attempt didn't look too good, I used parsley which seemed to stick to the chicken when I went to take a piece of chicken. What can you do to keep the meat from sticking to the parsley? What techniques do people use to evenly apply sauce? I used a basting brush but as you can see from the picture I didn't get even coating on the chicken. Any tips or tricks would be greatly appreciated.


post #2 of 7

When I worked for a catering company we used mops. At home I have this small nylon maybe rubber brush. It applied a pretty even coat on the ribs shown in my avatar.

post #3 of 7

Oh my wife corrected me she says its a silicone brush that I have.

post #4 of 7

Oh btw good luck on the comp, those wings look good too!

post #5 of 7

They sure look good from here!


Good luck in the comp!

post #6 of 7

I have not competed but i would suggest you use a Broad leaf for your box,,like Kale

post #7 of 7

I would love one of those wings right now!!

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