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post #41 of 54
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Originally Posted by redheelerdog View Post

I am late to the chuckie wing party... Looks fantastic. I am going to have to do some of that soon.



Thanks RHD, go get some! i found some tasty looking boneless shorties for this weekend!
post #42 of 54

I love wings - I am gonna have to get some today

post #43 of 54
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I love wings - I am gonna have to get some today

Did you get any?
post #44 of 54

No, I did not....

Todays a new day though. Also cooking a meatloaf, second time.

post #45 of 54
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No, I did not....
Todays a new day though. Also cooking a meatloaf, second time.

I haven't done a meatloaf yet,look forward to seeing your post if you do one!
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post #47 of 54
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That's looking good! I just had my wife order a vortex for our kettle the first victim will be wings!
post #48 of 54

Take a pic please on how you use that.

post #49 of 54
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Take a pic please on how you use that.

It will be posted! It's pretty simple for my setup it will go in the center of my kettle and I'll load it full of lite coals place a hunk of wood over the vortex and wrap the wings around it like there praying to stop a volcano from erupting!biggrin.gif
post #50 of 54
I like the idea of mixing in the onion soup after pulling it. My last 2 were dry and I planned to inject the next one.

Yours looks great.

Gary
post #51 of 54
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Originally Posted by GaryHibbert View Post

I like the idea of mixing in the onion soup after pulling it. My last 2 were dry and I planned to inject the next one.

Yours looks great.

Gary

I thought it work better that way like cooking in a crockpot,just smoke till it looks good and pan it up add liquid of choice seal and finish.icon14.gif
post #52 of 54

ok - Ive got a chuck roast for Monday, and wings for today. I marinated them in Stubbs Garlic and herb overnight - and I will use apple wood for the smoke.

I'll post pics later.

Everything else for todays BBQ is on the grill.........too bad

post #53 of 54
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ok - Ive got a chuck roast for Monday, and wings for today. I marinated them in Stubbs Garlic and herb overnight - and I will use apple wood for the smoke.
I'll post pics later.
Everything else for todays BBQ is on the grill.........too bad

You can put wood on the grill.
post #54 of 54

People here don't like their BBQ tasting like smoke....,go figure.

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