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Chicken and Beans with a little QView!

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Yesterday I smoked up some Chicken Thighs and Smoked Bourbon Baked Beans (http://www.smokingmeatforums.com/t/139580/smoked-bourbon-baked-beans).

 

Here are the thighs after luxuriating in an overnight bath in Zesty Italian Dressing

 

Rubbed and ready for the Smoke Vault

 

Beans are ready to go.

 

In the smoker, Suppose they suspect anything?  AMNPTS with mixture of Cherry and Oak.  Smoker stable at about 230 degrees.

 

About done!  Chicken gets a quick trip to the grill, beans stay here.

 

 

Ta-Da, the final result.

 

Everything tasted pretty good!  For the beans next time I think I will cook the bacon until it is about half done and then throw in the veggies and saute until the onion is translucent.  I will also plan on a 4 hour cook for the beans.

 

TucsonBill

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Tasty looking meal!
post #3 of 7

Way to go... looks Marvelous :icon_exclaim:

 

Save me some , I have a long Road to Hoe before I can get to the Arid-Zone.

 

Enjoy and as always . . .

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Thanks for the comments!!

 

Bill

post #5 of 7

Looks like ya nailed it! Bet everyone was pretty happy with supper.

 

Nice Job, congrats!

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Just my wife and myself Foam, but I will modestly admit I did score a few points on the good side of the ledger for a change!  Thanks for lookin'!

 

Bill

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Originally Posted by TucsonBill View Post
 

Just my wife and myself Foam, but I will modestly admit I did score a few points on the good side of the ledger for a change!  Thanks for lookin'!

 

Bill

 

Good to be building bonus points with the boss this time of year!

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