Smoked Chicken Breast Boats The night before last, I rubbed up come chicken breast (boy that sounds bad when you actually read it out loud!) with some of Jeff's Naked rub. Poored some EVOO over them and let them soak in the fridge overnight. I also mixed up a mayo sauce that the meat would be cooked in and let that meld in the fridge overnight as well. So last night I fabricated some foil boats for the birds to cook in. I poured a spoonful of the sauce in the bottom of each boat and laid 1 or 2 breasts (depending on size) in each boat. I then poured the remaining sauce on top of each of the boats to cover the meat. Smoked them in the drum with apple wood for about 35-45 minutes (would have liked more smoke, but this stuff cooks quick) at about 235. The results are below. They have a great spicy flavor and the sweet from the sugar (in the rub) and the honey really bring out the flavor of the bird. So here's the sauce (sorry for the measurements....it's how I roll): 3 big spatula spoons of mayo 3 large spoons of yellow mustard 2 large spoons of minced garlic 3 large spoons of onion flake 3 splashes of Sesame Seed Oil 2 splashes of cider vinegar Honey.....no clue how much....1/8 cup maybe? Small handful of the rub Mix well and meld in the fridge overnight. Mix well again before using.