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post #21 of 31
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Sure, I rinsed them, spatchcocked them (removed their back bone), then gave them a dry rub under and over the skin. I put them in some large zip lock bags and let them marinate as long as you can or overnight.


The rub was a mix of Old Bay, Smoked Paprika, Granulated Garlic, usually I just use Old Bay but thought I would experiment and cut some of the saltiness of the Old Bay. I think it worked out well.

post #22 of 31

So no brine needed??

post #23 of 31

Those peppers look interesting, did you use yellow bells for any particular reason?

post #24 of 31
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No I didn't brine. I have brined my birds in the past but this time I didn't.


I had a bunch of mixed peppers and those guys just looked liked they would be the best candidates for stuffing.

post #25 of 31

Thanks for taking the time for showing us your great feast you had!!! Everything looks wonderfull!!.  Reinhard

post #26 of 31
Originally Posted by Grimm5577 View Post


I had a bunch of mixed peppers and those guys just looked liked they would be the best candidates for stuffing.


I'm smoking a chicken tonight and was looking for something to put on the side. I think I'll make this pepper dish using red bells.

post #27 of 31
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Sounds like it should be a delicious meal!


I took some of the left over chicken and pulled it, and mixed in some Teriyaki and BBQ sauce, and heated it up on the stove, then shredded some cabbage with a red onion and ranch sauce and made some Asian Shredded Chicken BBQ Tacos.

post #28 of 31

Nice job, Grimm!  Good to see a fellow BTLE and Weber grill user get some nice Q out.  Wish my pics came out as well, lol!  You can tell the touch of a professional.


Happy smoking!

post #29 of 31

Grimm, not to get off topic but what lens and f-stop are you using to get that unique looking Bokeh in some of those photos.

post #30 of 31
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F-stop was around 3.5 - 4.0 I believe. The lens is a Canon 24mmTSE. The bokeh and depth of field is created from the tilt/shift of the lens. You can get some really creative shots with this lens.

post #31 of 31

Food Looks amazing Grimm, I hope to one day be able to share such quality looking meats. I am really intrigued by the bread it looks awesome as well thanks for sharing and I can definately tell you know your way around the grill. Happy smoking and look forward to more posts from you in the future. Have a great weekend!

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