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Smoked a few chicken 1/4's last Night

rp ribking

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Smoked $5.00 worth of 1/4's last night (they were on sale). Used up the last of the blue bag. Put a chunk of pecan on for the smoke. This is my new favorite wood. Put honey bbq sauce on the top ones and left the bottom ones with just a rub. Thanks for lookin'.
 

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Looking very tasty Mr Smith!!!

I hadn't seen a 22.5 WSM in person til last weekend...

Those things are HUGE!!!

       Craig
 
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boykjo

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quarters look great and so does the inside of that smoker. Nice and seasoned
 

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Now those are some good looking chicken quarters! Great job! Can't beat that WSM for good Q!!!
 

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Very nice job! I'm getting hungry for some ChickenQ, like everybody else!

What was your seasoning and sauce/glaze selection?
 
Smoked $5.00 worth of 1/4's last night (they were on sale). Used up the last of the blue bag. Put a chunk of pecan on for the smoke. This is my new favorite wood. Put honey bbq sauce on the top ones and left the bottom ones with just a rub. Thanks for lookin'.


Looking very tasty Mr Smith!!!

I hadn't seen a 22.5 WSM in person til last weekend...

Those things are HUGE!!!

       Craig

They're huge! Growing up, I'd seen my uncle Einar using his 18.5 WSMC, and I thought my 22 would be just like his, but wider, but Weber really upped the dimensions overall. When I went down to UPS to collect mine in boxed form, I parked my truck at the back of the lot thinking I could carry it easily- Whoops!
 
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I have been wanting to try pecan. Is it a mild wood? I usually use hickory, apple, or cherry and I have been wanting to try some other woods.
 

tyotrain

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That is some great looking bird parts man.. Nice job bet it was tasty
  What temp did you smoke them at?
 

jakerz66

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Some mighty fine looking yard bird, and I must agree pecan is very nice!
 

jirodriguez

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Nice looking legs you got there sir
 , love chicken quarters they are my favorite way to cook chicken.
 

rp ribking

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I have been wanting to try pecan. Is it a mild wood? I usually use hickory, apple, or cherry and I have been wanting to try some other woods.
Hawk, Pecan is I think kind of a strong wood like hickory, that is why I only used 1 chunk about 3"x 5". I have been mixing hickory and pecan for butts.


quarters look great and so does the inside of that smoker. Nice and seasoned

Yes, the inside of smoker has a nice layer on it, only took 9 months.


Very nice job! I'm getting hungry for some ChickenQ, like everybody else!

What was your seasoning and sauce/glaze selection?
 







They're huge! Growing up, I'd seen my uncle Einar using his 18.5 WSMC, and I thought my 22 would be just like his, but wider, but Weber really upped the dimensions overall. When I went down to UPS to collect mine in boxed form, I parked my truck at the back of the lot thinking I could carry it easily- Whoops!
I used McCormicks Montreal Chicken seasoning and Grill Mates Roasted garlic and herb 
 

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