chicken thighs

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  1. disco

    PIA Cajun Chicken Thighs

    I have made PIA (pain in the pants) chicken before. It is a lot of work. However, I have this defective gene that wants to make food as tasty as I can. I just can’t help making food the best I can regardless of the work. So, when I made up my Cajun Seasoning recipe and wanted to make chicken...
  2. disco

    PIA Piri Piri Chicken

    I like Piri Piri Chicken a lot. It is spicy, savoury and so different from other barbecued chicken dishes. I have made several different versions over the years but I have never really put my mind to making the best I could using all the techniques. It was time to change that. I decided to...
  3. disco

    PIA BBQ Chicken

    I love chicken thighs and think I do a pretty good job on cooking them. I have tried techniques that give crispy skin but have decided I like bite through the skin better. Skin that is not at all flabby, has a nice texture and doesn't pull of the thigh when you bite it. I have come close but...
  4. N

    Spinning Chicken Thighs

    I was going to try and spin some chicken thighs on the rotisserie to impart some smoke flavor to the meat I'm putting in a chicken bog. We have a lot of meat to cook, so I was going to stack them on the spit like you would shwarma. Any reason I shouldn't do it this way?
  5. chopsaw

    Chicken thighs on the performer

    Thighs on sale , grabbed a family pack for 5 bucks . I do thighs alot of ways , this time I seasoned with Canadian steak seasoning , and put them under vacuum . Love the vac canister . I like the fire hot for chicken when I use the Weber . Indirect until the first flip I like to...
  6. SmokinAl


    Since I decided to keep my smokers & BBQ Guru. I just had to try the Guru on the Lang. I didn't want to drill any holes in the firebox, so I had an old pot that we seldom use & it fit right over one of the dampers. I secured it with a threaded rod that I bent, so it would hook the inside of...
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