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Teriyaki drummies

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Oooohhhh, bet them were tasty... Nice smoke ds ! biggrin.gif
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Oooohhhh, bet them were tasty... Nice smoke ds ! biggrin.gif

Thank you! They didn't last long!
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I could eat a plate of those.

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I could eat a plate of those.

Thanks Adam!
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Lookin good Case. I clicked the link cause I misread the name and had to see what Teriyaki dummies were...... LOL

 

Pretty color btw apple?

 

Not to Hijack but in this weeks grocery sales page, they had 2 turkey drumsticks on sale smoked. Must have been a matched pair, 2 drumsticks for 9.00 LOL I can't imagine anyone buying 'em but.........

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Thanks Foam! Used cherry for this smoke.

Yeah we have a local market here that sells the smoked turkey drumsticks and other smoked items that the butcher makes daily. I've never looked at the price.
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You smoked this on my b day and I never got any!!! Shame on you DS you know the :rules:  LOL look great man what temp did you have them babies at?? 

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You smoked this on my b day and I never got any!!! Shame on you DS you know the :rules:  LOL look great man what temp did you have them babies at?? 

HAPPY BIRTHDAY DS!  If I'd know I would've left the wings on em and flown some across the border to ya! Let's see the mini was rolling around 350° for most the cook.

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