Chris, I just happen to have a pack of thighs in my fridge right now. Excellent!!
Appreciate it moto, but I'm just a fat old guy trying not to starve. My wife says that I'm a jack of all trades, master of nothing. Well there is one thing. LOLI don't call this guy Kettle Master Chris for giggles.
Great looking thighs Chris.
Thanks John, it's amazing how something as simple and easy as chicken can hit the spot. It's a bummer about your valves.Good way to get me Jonesing for grilled chicken Chris.
I'd hit that several time!
I'm sad that my grill is down with a faulty valve(s).
Appreciate it David, LOL the MnC was devoured a few days ago. The wife made a beef stew last week and these were the leftover potatoes from the bag. I had to use them up before they started growing whiskers. Beside the baked potato I got some good hash browns the next day.Great meal Chris
should have made some mac and Cheese with that
Thats right you did make some
Good advice, thanks!Thank you muchly banjo-man.
Appreciate it mneeley, Your gonna love the Vortex for chicken and all sorts of other foods requiring high heat. Word of warning: if your kettle doesn't have the clam shell in between the handle and lid. Then wear a glove when removing the lid. The handle has been known to get really hot.
use them up before they started growing whiskers
It's a manual reload unfortunately, but the loader gets a good workout during the cook.So you did all that cooking on just one beer or does the beer pole have a reload feature?
There's a bunch of us that use the Vortex. If you have any questions at all fire away and enjoy.Looking forward to your first cook.Good advice, thanks!
When we had a garden we would always let a few grow whiskers for planting. My inlaws house still has a dirt floor basement with a smaller inner wall about 3 to 4 ft. from the outer wall for holding coal. The house is a little over a 100yrs old.That reminded me of when I was a kid and at my Grandads farm. It used to be very scary in the dirt basement. He had a big bin with all his root veg in there in sawdust ' and the potatoes had eye sprouts on them back than I thought taller than me. lol
Thanks Jcap, It's hasn't failed me yet.