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Smoked wings on the WSM

post #1 of 12
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Big crowd at my sons this weekend and I was on chicken. 10 pounds of wings on the WSM.


I dusted these with weber kickin chicken and at the end I slapped a little open pit on them. They got rave reviews.

I used both racks of the WSM and although flipping all the wings a few times was a bit of a juggling act , it worked out ok.
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I smoked a few dogs on here too and the guests who got those told me they were really special. One guy said " these taste like the hot dogs my dad used to grill"
And I said your dad probably cooked on charcoal. And he said , oh yes , always !

It was a pretty good day , lots of good food and people having fun....and a few of these.

post #2 of 12
Awesome food plus time with family throw In some adult refreshments = a perfect day!
post #3 of 12
Those look awesome!!
post #4 of 12

Looking good

post #5 of 12
Looks tasty !
post #6 of 12

OH YEAH!!! :points:

post #7 of 12
Time and temp on your wings? I've done then at 275 and they were done in 1.5hrs. Curious what you did.
post #8 of 12
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Originally Posted by fatty patty View Post

Time and temp on your wings? I've done then at 275 and they were done in 1.5hrs. Curious what you did.

You know , with the temp swinging around when I took the lid off to turn the wings , I was a little bit all over the place , temp-wise....but I was averaging between 250 and 300 for the most part.....but yeah , they were done in pretty much 90 minutes. The second batch got done a little quicker because it was only the top grate , so I didn't lose as much heat during the flip. But I think an hour and a half is right.
post #9 of 12
Tasty looking wings!

When I do Scarbelly wings I usually inject with 50/50 beer and Franks. One of my last batches I used Angry Orchard. The apple flavor went really well with the heat of the Franks!
post #10 of 12

Looks real good!  I like both the sauced wings and injected, though i don't call them scarbelly wings...think an old mod we had here made up that name.  Injected and putting them on the rotisserie is by far my favorite, then light sauce while they're spinning at the end of the cook. 

post #11 of 12
I have some of that kick-n-chicken rub,but haven't tried it yet because Jeff's rub works so well on everything. Those ribs look so good I am going to have to give it a try.
post #12 of 12
Man, those are some tasty lookin wings Hambone! Nicely done!

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