going to put some leg quarters (my daughter likes to call them legathighs) on the smoker for Sunday looking for a brine for them i seen one on tv where they used white vinegar which got my attention does any one have such a recipe they are willing to share?
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need a chicken brinepost #1 of 47/2/10 at 2:13pmThread Starter
SmokingMeatForums.com Top Pickspost #2 of 47/2/10 at 3:30pmpost #3 of 47/2/10 at 3:58pm
Another one and some tips here: http://www.smokingmeatforums.com/wiki/how-to-smoke-chicken-competition-style
Note especially the brining times: 1.5 hours for partspost #4 of 47/3/10 at 8:03amQuote:Originally Posted by Pineywoods
Heres a link to a very good brine
Tips brine is the only one i use as it's probably the lowest salt content recipe i have found.
And it makes great smoked bird.
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