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post #21 of 26
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Thanks guys/ gals...!

 

@ Nuts: I already tried that. Doesn't work... LOL! I agree though, best meat porn pic I've been a part of.

 

@ Mballi: I would agree wholeheartedly that the Slaughter house brine should be the go to brine for all yard birds...

 

@ Bigfish: I will be brining 3 birds tonight for smoke tomorrow! Love making pulled bird sliders...  

 

@ Colorado Shawn: Have fun trying... Also note I use an aerosol refillable pump filled with Olive Oil and would spray the out side of the birds every time I opened the smoker to move them around (3 times basically).. Helps the skin from drying out too much!

 

Happy Smoking, Smokin - K

post #22 of 26

Killer birds !!!!

post #23 of 26
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Killer birds !!!!



Thanks Roller! I smoked three more birds this weekend and had a huge dinner (for the folks), BBQ chicken sliders for lunch and then added some more chicken to a huge stock pot of gumbo...! Still have one more chicken to eat... Love me some leftovers...! Happy Smoking, Smokin - K

 

post #24 of 26

Very good job,K. Bird looks delicious,kudosicon14.gif

post #25 of 26

Wow! Great job on the Q-View and the detailed explanation. Also, EXCELLENT job on the end result!!! Those birds look so good, they literally made me hungry. By the way, I LOL'd at your comment - "I can die now". icon_lol.gif

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Wow! Great job on the Q-View and the detailed explanation. Also, EXCELLENT job on the end result!!! Those birds look so good, they literally made me hungry. By the way, I LOL'd at your comment - "I can die now" icon_lol.gif


Thanks Q...! I love this forum! I'm learning bunches and the reward is amazing food! One of the best compliments I recieved from my brother inlaw was how fast he inhailed his dinner the other night. I'm not sure it had enough time to hit his taste buds... LOL!

             Happy Smoking, Smoking - K

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