You all laying down some thin blue smoke on some nice cuts of meat? I hope you get the opportunity to. I didn't have a full day yesterday but enough to get something cooked.
I tried something I have not done before. I had some Caribbean Key Lime rub that Danson's sent me after they hosed me. (Long story) Anyway, it doesn't't taste that much like Key Lime but has a very good flavor. I thought it would go well with Tiger sauce on something. I was going to do beef but at the store I changed my mind and went with chicken. Party wings to be exact. Something easy to prepare and smoke.
I mopped the chicken parts with real butter. Gave them a dusting of garlic powder, McCormick's's vegetable seasoning, Louisiana Grills Caribbean Key Lime rub and some brown sugar. During the smoke I mopped them with Tiger Sauce a couple times. Once done I was really surprised ad how delicious they were. They were slightly sweet, tangy and spicy but none of these were over whelming. They were just right. The meat was moist and tender. The Tiger sauce didn't't burn like some do so they really had nice color when they came off the Treager. This is now my favorite way to prepare and cook wings. I can see now why Johnny Trigg adds Tiger Sauce (Butter, honey and brown sugar) when he foils his rib's.
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