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post #41 of 55
The problem with this site is that looking at all of the scrumptious pictures always makes me hungry.! If my wife ever succeed in getting me to go on a diet, I'll have to stop visiting here. LOL drool.gif
post #42 of 55
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The problem with this site is that looking at all of the scrumptious pictures always makes me hungry.! If my wife ever succeed in getting me to go on a diet, I'll have to stop visiting here. LOL drool.gif

Ha you got that right!

post #43 of 55

Love the looks of your 'Boobs' , Case , thanks for the look . I haven't done this in a long time , I normally just SPOG and Smoke.

 

Last time I did this , I called it "Pickle Park Bird" . :icon_eek: Roadside sounds better ( especially if you know the Trucker slang and know what I mean).

 

Have fun and  . . .

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Love the looks of your 'Boobs' , Case , thanks for the look . I haven't done this in a long time , I normally just SPOG and Smoke.

 

Last time I did this , I called it "Pickle Park Bird" . :icon_eek: Roadside sounds better ( especially if you know the Trucker slang and know what I mean).

 

Have fun and  . . .

Thanks Stan! sure is tasty chicken!

post #45 of 55


I made this on the Weber OTP last night.

 

The only thing I changed was to substitute piquillo peppers for the red and green bell peppers (I'm not too fond of raw peppers)

 

I also wimped out on the garlic a little because I had meetings in work today, but next time.....

 

Kudos to you, a great recipe and so simple.

 

Thanks 

 

Robin

post #46 of 55
Trying Roadside chicken right now. Using Cases brine...had to leave it for 48 hrs as the wife was crook last night.
Into the mini they go....results in a bit...
post #47 of 55
Well...it came out very tasty. A little to much vinegar... Which is no doubt a result of the long brine, but still very much a keeper in my household. Even my 3YO boy ate it...who doesn't like chicken! (Loves beef, pork and even spicy ribs ... But won't touch chicken?)



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Well...it came out very tasty. A little to much vinegar... Which is no doubt a result of the long brine, but still very much a keeper in my household. Even my 3YO boy ate it...who doesn't like chicken! (Loves beef, pork and even spicy ribs ... But won't touch chicken?)




Nice smoke Dingo!

How's the road trip going?
post #49 of 55
Going great thanks Case. We're in upstate SC for a few more weeks then we'll be Travelling again
Did you get your chamber set up?
post #50 of 55
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Going great thanks Case. We're in upstate SC for a few more weeks then we'll be Travelling again
Did you get your chamber set up?

Great! If you are working North stop in Coinjock North Carolina. The Coinjock Marina has an awesome 32oz. prime rib meal!
 

I haven't got it set up yet. Too many other honey-do's this year. I hope to have time to get it up and running sometime this summer.

post #51 of 55
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Been a while since I have done RS Chicken, this has me drooling!

post #52 of 55

Wow that looks amazing, definitely on my 'to try' list. That corn salad sounds perfect for these warmer days!

post #53 of 55

I've been looking for a new chicken marinadeThumbs Up

post #54 of 55
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I've been looking for a new chicken marinadeThumbs Up

It's addicting!

post #55 of 55

Decided to try this one on the regular gas griller tonight.  Looks great!

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