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Naked Dixee Chicks at Corn Cob City!

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Maybe Todd could elaberate on his intentions with the corn cob pellets. He may be in the R&D stage with that for the time being. If he's still looking for folks to try the pellets with pro & con feedback, I'd be game. Can't remember right off hand who turned the oak pellets into charcoal ( I'll have to do a search), but that was one hell of an idea, too! Todd's a busy energetic dude, and he sure don't waste any time in gettin' right out there ahead of the curve.
 Gotta love that!

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Ok .I'll bite how much dose a henways?I looked for the marx brothers clip to put with.
 

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ready?.......

............................'bout 3 pounds....!

(badabing!)
 
Ok .I'll bite how much dose a henways?I looked for the marx brothers clip to put with.
 

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Sorry, couldn't resist....! 
 

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I new if i set  it up you would knock it down.
Was that from chicken soup or monkey business?
 
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Marx brothers, lol!  Just interjecting a little humor!  Glad you helped the cause!  Thank you!  After three strokes, you gotta laugh or go crazy!
 

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Getting back on thread ( well it is Pops thread so he can do anything he likes with it.....): Todd, if you're still lurking, you might as well add Corn Cob Pellets to your inventory.  Sounds like you already have a ready made market. 
 and just in time for the holidays.
 

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Look great, Now I have another smoke on the growing list of combinations to try. THX POPS
 

jc1947

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Pops,

Thanks for another great post. Those chicks look awesome.

JC
 

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Very nice Pops! I need to get ahold of some corn cobs. I sure wish I had saved all the ones from the fresh corn during the summer. Thanks for the great post sir!!!
 

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NICE cured and smoked yard birds, Pops!

This reminds me of an experimental boneless/skinless chicken breast pastrami I made a couple years back...that made for some pretty tasty eating.

Knowing how my chix-strami came out, I'm 100% convinced that your birds were absalutely delicious!

Had to look for the title, too...good one! LOL!!!!

Got this one book-marked, so I don't forget how good cured chicken really is.

Thanks for the show, brother!

Eric
 

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The oldest son and his wife are going to a wedding in La., be back Sunday evening on Memorial Weekend, think I'll do the meat with my youngest son helping me skin the chix and do 4 of them plus 2 racks of Original-Bacon-On-A-Stick cured and smoked pork spareribs, too!  Give the mailbox on the Smokehouse a good workout!  Mix the new Pitmaster blend with some corncob pellets on the top!
 

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By golly Pops,, you never cease to A-maz-me. !!   Nice lookin birds.. Goona have to try to do one of them soon.. Maybe Christmas ..Happy Holidays to you and your family.
 

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I need to give credit where credit it due, btw, after my wife read the thread. I could not have done this alone by any means, from my son carrying the brine bucket out for me, helping (well, doing!) the chicken-skinning, helping me set up the stones for the test burn, sacking the birds, etc. etc. - it was a family affair, lol because of my strokes there's limited amounts of anything I can do; of course I don't want to admit it, naturally, lol! A Fassett Family Project!
 

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I need to give credit where credit it due, btw, after my wife read the thread. I could not have done this alone by any means, from my son carrying the brine bucket out for me, helping (well, doing!) the chicken-skinning, helping me set up the stones for the test burn, sacking the birds, etc. etc. - it was a family affair, lol because of my strokes there's limited amounts of anything I can do; of course I don't want to admit it, naturally, lol! A Fassett Family Project!
I love your courage to be honest here, and I love that you aren't letting those strokes keep you from doing what you really enjoy!! You inspire!
 

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Tack on a brain stem stroke and two more heart attacks to that total, been one helluva spring I wanna tell ya!
 

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