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Chicken drums with Q-view.

post #1 of 8
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This is the color I've been working on for my chicken. Finally got it. Perfect dry rub I made up and injection and I didn't use a water pan. I just learn that a lot of people don't use water pan in there MES. I'm still a newbie so don't give me to much crap about not knowing that.




I also made loaded potato wedges. This meal was amazing.
post #2 of 8
That looks great.
post #3 of 8
What a great looking dinner!
post #4 of 8

Good looking chicken. And those wedges...:drool

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Originally Posted by alan1414 View Post

This is the color I've been working on for my chicken. Finally got it. Perfect dry rub I made up and injection and I didn't use a water pan. I just learn that a lot of people don't use water pan in there MES. I'm still a newbie so don't give me to much crap about not knowing that.




I also made loaded potato wedges. This meal was amazing.

 

Excellent chicken!  I just scored a decent flat of chicken legs the other day and they will meet the smoker very soon!

post #6 of 8

Good looking Legs

post #7 of 8
Everything looks great,did you smoke the tater wedges?
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I didn't smoker the taters. I've tried potatoes in the smoker before and they came out bitter both times. I think too much smoke. And I don't think they would've came out crispy. Not sure what I did wrong. I'm still a newbie though and willing to try again. So any advice would be more than welcomed. Maybe I could some potatoes part way through then to the oven to crisp. That way not too much smoke and would be crispy.
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