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post #1 of 12
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Got some wings going on this afternoon. Taking a 4 hour buttermilk bath with some salt and pepper, then a nice smoke at 300/325 in my UDS. Stay tuned to see how they turn out.

post #2 of 12

Should be tasty!

post #3 of 12


I'm doing 4 or 5 lbs tomorrow. I let mine sit in rub for a couple of hours & then brine with buttermilk & salt for 2 more hours as well.

Makes'em nice & juicy.



post #4 of 12
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Yeah, I hope these turn out nice and juicy, they usually do in a broth and salt brine. This is my first buttermilk brine though. I just took them out of the fridge and they are about to go in the smoker.

post #5 of 12

I think you'll like the buttermilk.

I guess we'll see.



post #6 of 12
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I sauced them at around 35 minutes and pulled them at the 50 minute mark. They turned out juicy and delicious. However, the skin was still a LITTLE too rubbery for my taste, though I did eat it. I ended up putting the rest on my grill for 5 minutes each side to crisp them up. I'll mark down in my logs to take it up to 350 next time. All in all, I'm satisfied with the results. I enjoy seeing the facial expressions on my co-workers face as they walk past my office during lunch :drool

post #7 of 12

Nice job.

I use the broiler to crisp them, but same effect (deliciousness)!

Were they nice & moist after using the brine? I know that's about the only way I'll do them from now on. We really like it.



post #8 of 12

Nice job.  I'm going to be doing this same recipe this weekend so I can feed a boat full of Salmon fishermen and women.

post #9 of 12
Those look tasty! I'm hoping to do some this weekend!
post #10 of 12
Nice job .! drool.gif Sorry about the skin , IMHO , you should have Grilled then immediately after finishing . some are saying adding an oil to the skin before cooking , helps crisp the skin .

Hope your next batch turnes out to your liking ,

Anxious to see the next batch .

Good for you , forkeeping notes ( a log book of BBQ ) .That isone of the best tool you can have for improving your game ! ! !

Have fun and . . .
post #11 of 12

Dang it thems there looks good. - nice job


A full smoker is a happy smoker



post #12 of 12
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Thanks for the suggestions! I'll write down to grill them immediately next time and maybe try adding a little oil too.

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