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post #21 of 32

Looks like they turned out great - especially the hot ones! Thanks for the tribute smoke Case - I'm honored   smile.gif      beercheer.gif

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Looks like they turned out great - especially the hot ones! Thanks for the tribute smoke Case - I'm honored   smile.gif      beercheer.gif

Let me tell you the Acid rain injected wings were SMOKIN HOT th_violent5.gif

post #23 of 32
nice DS! i can appreciate a good wing, especially a hot wing. might have to try this acid rain on a couple turkey wings...lol.
post #24 of 32
How do u make your acid rain
I have to try that
Looks great!!!!!
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How do u make your acid rain
I have to try that
Looks great!!!!!


http://www.smokingmeatforums.com/t/133831/experimental-fire-water-aka-acid-rain

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nice DS! i can appreciate a good wing, especially a hot wing. might have to try this acid rain on a couple turkey wings...lol.

Thanks TB. I use the acid rain on all kinds of stuff, it'd be great injected into turkey wings!

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Thanks TB. I use the acid rain on all kinds of stuff, it'd be great injected into turkey wings!

 

oh i magine it would, im not a fan of sauced wings. especially wings that are overly sauced and claim to be hot, but my 3yr old eats them...lol. now i imagine this wouldnt be for the kid, but i love habanero. i always carry some form of habanero in my lunch pail. do u keep it frigerated? or just on the counter?
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oh i magine it would, im not a fan of sauced wings. especially wings that are overly sauced and claim to be hot, but my 3yr old eats them...lol. now i imagine this wouldnt be for the kid, but i love habanero. i always carry some form of habanero in my lunch pail. do u keep it frigerated? or just on the counter?

I keep it in the fridge. It gains heat the longer it sits around th_violent5.gif

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I keep it in the fridge. It gains heat the longer it sits around th_violent5.gif

 

nice. thanks. on my to do list for this weekend.
post #30 of 32

look good , DS.But I'll have to pass on the "Acid Rain"... More Capsasin than I care for...but they do look inviting devil.gif.

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look good , DS.But I'll have to pass on the "Acid Rain"... More Capsasin than I care for...but they do look inviting devil.gif.

Thanks Stan! They were tasty, but definitely had a punch!! I got a friend really good by hiding some in with a normal batch of Scarbelly wings! He doesn't complain about my "mild wings" anymore!

post #32 of 32
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Mmmmmm Just about time to make another batch of these again! Our ever rotating bottle of Fire water is getting low and could use some restocking! Good way to use the bottom
Of the bottle!
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