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post #21 of 28
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Cool, gonna give that a try ! icon14.gif

Sweet.
post #22 of 28
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Finished up the chicken for supper.

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post #23 of 28
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Finished up the chicken for supper.

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That looks dang tasty man ! drool.gif
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My Kinda Supper   I'd go for some right now for Breakfast  points1.png

 

 

Gary

post #25 of 28
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That looks dang tasty man ! drool.gif


Thanks Justin.

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My Kinda Supper   I'd go for some right now for Breakfast  points1.png



Gary


Thanks Gary. Use waffles for breakfast
post #26 of 28
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That brine bucket thing is AWESOME!!! I need one!! Also I am intrigued by by your rotisserie set-up in what looks like a drum smoker!! How did you do that?

Chicken looks great by the way!

Sorry I missed your post.

It is just a uds with a rotisserie. Fwiwsmoker came up with it.
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Sorry I missed your post.

It is just a uds with a rotisserie. Fwiwsmoker came up with it.

Mostly an open top cooker and perfect for rotisserie, you can of course run charcoal but splits rule for purity and flavor.    Nobody was all  wood cooking in UDS and i was itching to rotisserie...this really works well. 

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Sorry I missed your post.

It is just a uds with a rotisserie. Fwiwsmoker came up with it.

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Mostly an open top cooker and perfect for rotisserie, you can of course run charcoal but splits rule for purity and flavor.    Nobody was all  wood cooking in UDS and i was itching to rotisserie...this really works well. 

Love this!! I love multi-taskers as Alton Brown calls them, gonna keep my eyes out on CL for a rotisserie!
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