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post #21 of 33
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Sure is a nice color on those wings

 

Gary

Thanks gary they were not too bad. I usually am able to get the skin right and it's the best part darn it. It was a battle, but I got er done.

post #22 of 33

I wait till Lowe's runs it on sale 2 - 20# bags for $10.00

post #23 of 33
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Not too bad but the skin just didn't work out. Would have been worse after broiling in the oven though. I think the teriaki glaze would have burnt.

Would never know ya had charcoal issues tj, them look great ! icon14.gif
post #24 of 33
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Would never know ya had charcoal issues tj, them look great ! icon14.gif

I love a teriaki marinade. The sugars or something really carmalize well and make a nice color. If I could have got some sear at the end to get that skin right it would have been ok. I don't give up easy.. hahaha....

post #25 of 33
Now take one step further and do a huli huli marinade! Case (dirtsailor) has a great recipe in his signature...
post #26 of 33
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Now take one step further and do a huli huli marinade! Case (dirtsailor) has a great recipe in his signature...

Will do. I am making a superbowl plan right now while being the local librarian. Pretty slow today. I have some ideas but more is better.

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Now take one step further and do a huli huli marinade! Case (dirtsailor) has a great recipe in his signature...

Yeah but to do that proper requires Kiawe wood! Cherry Iand pecan is a decent substitute though!
post #28 of 33
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Now take one step further and do a huli huli marinade! Case (dirtsailor) has a great recipe in his signature...

Yeah but to do that proper requires Kiawe wood! Cherry Iand pecan is a decent substitute though!

I really wanna try that Huli Huli .... Is that Kiawe wood only available from Hawaii ? Never seen it, can it be ordered ? Just curious !
post #29 of 33
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Hmm pecan... I keep hearing about this mysterious wood. I might have to order some since nobody that I have found carries it around here.

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Hmm pecan... I keep hearing about this mysterious wood. I might have to order some since nobody that I have found carries it around here.

Hey tj, the last I got was at Amazon !

http://www.amazon.com/Weber-17002-Pecan-Chips-3-Pound/dp/B002YO3GN8/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1422319003&sr=8-1&keywords=pecan+wood+chips+for+smokers

I personally really like pecan ! icon14.gif
post #31 of 33
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Hey tj, the last I got was at Amazon !

http://www.amazon.com/Weber-17002-Pecan-Chips-3-Pound/dp/B002YO3GN8/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1422319003&sr=8-1&keywords=pecan+wood+chips+for+smokers

I personally really like pecan ! icon14.gif

Thanks for the link. I will see what I can do. Always up for a new flavor.

post #32 of 33

Sounds interesting and Good !!  May have to try it myself

 

gary

post #33 of 33
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I really wanna try that Huli Huli .... Is that Kiawe wood only available from Hawaii ? Never seen it, can it be ordered ? Just curious !

Kiawe is a type of mesquite tree. It's from Peru originally. It's much lighter and mellower than mesquite. It's the king of Hawaiian smoke wood!

You could probably find some somewhere online for the wood and charcoal... If you knew someone that lives in Hawaii that has some that would work as well!
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