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first smoke of the year. chicken halves

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Been grilling all winter, been itching to get the smoker fired up. Was gonna do ribs, but chicken was 1.89 a lb.
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everyone in the pool! Did a quick brine
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warming up
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That's a nice-looking rig! I'm waiting patientlyūüėČ
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It's my little guy. 100 gallon propane tank. The big one is a 300 gallon oil tank
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patted dry and a layer of mustard applied
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buffalo dry rub applied and off to the cooker we go
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The rub is looking good. Now for the fun part...patience.
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getting there
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getting there
Woohoo! Climb baby climb!
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Got IT to 149, cranked the cooker wide open to crisp up a bit and brushed on a concoction of oil cider vinegar and PBR
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Got IT to 149, cranked the cooker wide open to crisp up a bit and brushed on a concoction of oil cider vinegar and PBR
So close, keep them coming!
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finished Q view
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That looks top notch.

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I see you ate quite a few of them before deciding to post pics, haha.
Thanks for the entertainment today.
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Good looking ckn,I cant ever get my skin crispy. Looks like you got the crispy touch though,good cook!
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