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Smoking in Tennessee

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Hey all , Just wanted to get in the loop and give all a shout from Clarksville Tn.  I'm new to smoking meat , but am loving it so far !!!!

Is it at all possible to smoke boneless , skinless chicken breast ?  Stay cool , Craig

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texas.gif  Good evening and welcome to the forum, from a hot & partly cloudy day in East Texas and the best site on the web. Lots of great people with tons of information on just about  everything.

 

Gary

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Hello from Sevierville TN, and lets just say you can pretty much smoke anything...BUT certain fatty and stringy cuts benefit the most from low and slow like ribs, pork butts, beef brisket, where the collagen melts away making the meat tender and moist where as more leaner meats such as chicken breast, fillet Mignon or pork loins don't benefit as much from the low and slow BUT these lean meats are still wonderful with a nice smokey flavor its just they are a little less forgiving when it comes to over cooking... 

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