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post #21 of 38
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Kev. you've got a great eye my friend.  Those are indeed oak chips.  And that color on the bird is from oak.  One of my projects while the missus was away was to saw / split more post oak for the BIG smoker (AKA Locomotive Breath).

Those are chips from my chopping. I gathered a few handfuls and tossed em in the beer cooler ( by that time was empty). 

The color was okay.  But not as near as pretty as yours turned out.

Here:

http://www.smokingmeatforums.com/t/245794/chicken-flock-foamheart/20#post_1557910

 

You've got a good point about the rub on the skin diminishing the appearance. I look at mine, then yours and the difference is clear. b

 

It looks like Post/white oak, and a light application at that. Its why your cracks and crevices are lighter. Its a beautiful smoke job. Most have a heavy hand applying smoke. A light smoke is normally appreciated IMHO.

 

You did a really great job.

post #22 of 38
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2thumbs.gif Nice bird you have there!

 

LL


Thank you Joe! 

post #23 of 38
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It looks like Post/white oak, and a light application at that. Its why your cracks and crevices are lighter. Its a beautiful smoke job. Most have a heavy hand applying smoke. A light smoke is normally appreciated IMHO.

 

You did a really great job.


Thank you my best internet buddy. Still not as purdy as your birds.  

Yup we are on the same page as usual. Birds need a kiss of smoke.  Beef and Pork can take more... IMHO. b

post #24 of 38

The highest praise I can give it is, I'd eat that.

Very pretty lookin' bird, sure do like the color.

 

                Ed

post #25 of 38
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The highest praise I can give it is, I'd eat that.

Very pretty lookin' bird, sure do like the color.

 

                Ed


Thanks Ed. You're invited to my table anytime. b

post #26 of 38

NICE bird, Brian.  Just what a guy wants after a busy week--something quick and easy that produces great results.

 

:points:

 

Gary

post #27 of 38
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NICE bird, Brian.  Just what a guy wants after a busy week--something quick and easy that produces great results.

 

:points:

 

Gary


Thanks so much Gary! 

post #28 of 38

Nice job Brian!

 

Looks delicious!

 

Points!!

 

Al

post #29 of 38
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Tasty looking bird!


Thanks B.  I appreciate the kind words! b

post #30 of 38
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Beautiful bird Brian! Nice going my friend! icon14.gif

Red


Howdy Red! Hope all is well brother.  I'm saving the rest for Mrs BD's tortilla soup!  b

post #31 of 38
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Nice job Brian!

 

Looks delicious!

 

Points!!

 

Al


Thank you Al! The bird did most of the work! b

post #32 of 38

Terrific looking chicken, Brian. However, you should share food that good.

 

Points for a great smoke.

 

Disco

post #33 of 38
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Thank you Gary! I watched that IT. 165 IT at the breast and then let her sit for a bit made for a very moist bird.  This was a "free range" chicken.  I'm not sure being "free" how it found itself on my smoker.... But happy it did! B

 

 

Gotta love B's Cockspatched Yard Bird

 

 

Gary

post #34 of 38
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Terrific looking chicken, Brian. However, you should share food that good.

 

Points for a great smoke.

 

Disco


I'm so sorry my good friend.  Quickly prepared ... And quickly eaten.  The early bird gets the chicken. b

post #35 of 38
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Gotta love B's Cockspatched Yard Bird

 

 

Gary


Thanks Gary.

Cockspatched?  

Did you get into Kevin's Peach Smash again? b

:yahoo:

post #36 of 38
Love the bird. My mini is so fun to cook on. It's a rock solid smoking machine. I love chicken but found doing the a patch cock to be a pain in the butt.
post #37 of 38
12ring, you need to cook another spatchcocked bird right away. I think it's easy and does a really good job on the bird. It cooks quicker and more even. I think if you give it another couple of tries, you'll really like it.

Good luck, Joe
post #38 of 38
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12ring, you need to cook another spatchcocked bird right away. I think it's easy and does a really good job on the bird. It cooks quicker and more even. I think if you give it another couple of tries, you'll really like it.

Good luck, Joe


zackly

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