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Got bored today and this is what happened [IMG]
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Nice looking birds,what did you use for the rub and what wood?
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White oak and apple and this time I used Applewood and bad
Byron's butt rub
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Nice color! Bent it was tasty!!
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Twins !!!    they look great   good job

 

Gary

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They were hoping to do a couple of butts and some ribs next weekend
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Good looking birds , I'm gonna sit and wait  for the Ribs or Butt (whichever you do) ... Coffee.gif

 

Stan

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Ok I think I will try to cook both
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When I do Whole chicken I have a couple of these I use

 

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Brining a bird now for tomorrow while we get another 12 inches of the wintry loveliness.

 

So, what temp and how long? Those look great. I plan to spatchcock this li'l lady first.

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I try to keep the temp around 230 and I check the internal temp after 4 hrs. This time they took about 5 1/2 hrs to get done.
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Good advice above. I smoke at 225 º  then throw it on a how grill for a few to crisp up the skin.  Or you can smoke at a higher temp 300 - 325  cook faster and have crispy skin too

 

Gary

post #14 of 14

great looking twins there.

dannylang

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