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post #1 of 12
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Roadside chicken on the mini and salmon on the smoke hollow natural gasser, photos to come.
post #2 of 12

Sounds good - I'm in :popcorn


A full smoker is a happy smoker



post #3 of 12
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So the Roadside Chicken is based off of Case's post, http://www.smokingmeatforums.com/t/213869/roadside-chicken,


Two points where I changed things up are 1) I was out of white pepper (Really?), and 2) I plan to re-use the marinade for basting instead of making a new batch like Case did.

I brought it up to a simmer to kill any nasties. Waste not want not, right?

I may even brush some asparagus with the marinade and toss them on the grill.



post #4 of 12
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So, as Case said, here is the mini doing what it does best, going from indirect smoking to direct grilling:


Taste test coming soon. Unfortunately the asparagus i had hoped to brush with the Roadside marinade has disappeared.  How does that happen when I'm the only cook in the house?


Oh yeah, lunch for the week just finished up on the Smoke Hollow as well:

post #5 of 12

Looks Awesome !!!! I smoked a 2 day herb brined pork shoulder , used Jeff's sauce as a base covered it with PlowBoys rub gave it a 6hr smoke with apple wood , then wrapped it for 4 more hours. You know you nailed it when everyone is sticking their fingers over the cutting board whie your chopping it up !!!

post #6 of 12

Cod on the Weber with Aldler wood.

Tuna on the Weber over direct heat with Adler wood.

Grilled Veggies on the gasser.


Smoke ON!




post #7 of 12

Your Salmon looks really moist , how long of a smoke did you put on it ?

post #8 of 12
Great looking smoke!
post #9 of 12
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Paul, the salmon was about 2.5 hours at 210 over apple and pecan.
Thanks for looking
post #10 of 12

Dang it man that looks good - nice job


A full smoker is a happy smoker



post #11 of 12

Sly that is some nicely done smoking job,I tend to agree with Case, on not using the marinade over.You did the right thing boiling it before use.


post #12 of 12
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Thanks Richie. I have several marinades that I boil to use as basting sauces, so I figured I give it a go with the Roadside marinade as well. Turns out it is a keeper!

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