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Quickie chicken smoke Q-VIEW

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So I'm not too busy this week, and have today off. At the last minute I decided to throw a 5 1/2 pound chicken in the pit about 45 minutes ago. What the heck, I have a LITTLE charcoal and a LITTLE wood, and just enough time to have it ready for tonight. Fun, fun, fun on a Wednesday afternoon.

Maybe I'll toss-up some Q-view if anybody's interested...............

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Originally Posted by BensWholeHogBBQ View Post

So I'm not too busy this week, and have today off. At the last minute I decided to throw a 5 1/2 pound chicken in the pit about 45 minutes ago. What the heck, I have a LITTLE charcoal and a LITTLE wood, and just enough time to have it ready for tonight. Fun, fun, fun on a Wednesday afternoon.

Maybe I'll toss-up some Q-view if anybody's interested...............


I'm pretty sure you can always assume we are interested in Q-view

bring it on
 

post #3 of 8

Let's see it..

post #4 of 8

If there is no Q-view... It never happened. :o)

post #5 of 8

IF anyone is interested???  What kinda a statement is that!  IF.. pfftt.... 

post #6 of 8
Thread Starter 

Well, here she is, about 3 hours in....................

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Gettin' close to 5 hours , and we've got 167 internal. Startin to get that bronze sheen. About another hour me thinks. And that's good, because I'm OUTTA' COAL !

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post #8 of 8

The bird look great so far but did you say it was at 167° and you are leaving it in for another hour. WHY??? I usually pull mine at 165° or there abouts. Do you think it will dry out a little.

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