Chicken Thighs - Kettle Style

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jcam222

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Man I love me some chicken thighs and those looks award winning to me!! You’ve got those down pat. I just did some pork steaks on my Weber Performer. I’m still learning it for heat control and such. Neighbor gave it to me a few months back for like $125 and it’s pristine like new.
 
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Perfection!
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Man I love me some chicken thighs and those looks award winning to me!! You’ve got those down pat. I just did some pork steaks on my Weber Performer. I’m still learning it for heat control and such. Neighbor gave it to me a few months back for like $125 and it’s pristine like new.
Appreciate it Jeff, and nice score. I'm confident you'll master that kettle after a cook or two. Welcome to the Kettle heads club.

Chris
 
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Wow Chris, the who meal looks great but those thighs of yours are spectacular!! Very good looking stuff right there.

Robert
 
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Wow Chris, the who meal looks great but those thighs of yours are spectacular!! Very good looking stuff right there.

Robert
Appreciate it Robert, nothing fancy but oh so good.

Chris
 

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