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Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by bdskelly, Dec 20, 2015.
Just a simple Sunday dinner for the family.
That is a sweet Sunday dinner Brian! Nice looking ribs and chicken.
Looks like a great dinner at BD's House of smoke!Thumbs Up
Thank you Mike! b
LOL We smoke every Sunday!b
Okay I'm confused, what's up with the birds getting less love? Geez, I bet they wanted to be on the stick burner too!!!
Nice looking meal!
LOL... I needed some hands free cooking while I was loading wood, shoveling ashes, rotating bones on the grate and foil wrapping.
Nice Looking Ribs and Yard bird Looks Tasty from here in East Texas
Hey! I missed something here!
The ribs look like they got some great smoke and the chicken looks very good! Hmm, I guess since I had to go to NORTH FT Worth yesterday, I didn't get my invite in time for this cook. :biggrin:
Seriously, you're kicking out some great stuff on the new stick burner!
Great job, Brian. love the color and finish....what are those slabs of tin foil for?
Be sure to send the left overs to SC for proper disposal.....Joe oints:
Didn't know you were so close buddy! There is always room at the table! b
Thanks for the point Joe. Yup and let me tell you ... It takes a long time for foil to get tender! b
I am with CB on this one. How did I miss this? :devil:
Looks great b but throw them birds on with them ribs. Let them be friends.
Real nice smoke Brian, you all sure ate good ! Thumbs Up
Ya'll all know Brian doesn't have any kids, he just says that to hide his addiction for smoked foods. I understand the TSA have numerous times had to seize the food products from his carry-on and brief case. He was even once held in the boarding gate and relieved of 2 slabs of ribs he had hidden in his coat sleeves. The TSA have him on a watched person status.
Nice looking food, Brian......
So are we now looking to contract a woodshed to be built? <Chuckles> How about that outdoor kitchen, with a wet bar and a big screen?
Great looking meal!
Looking Great!!! Its got me real hungry sitting at my desk and planning my next smoke
Did you brine before hand? Simple Water, Salt, Sugar? Also what type of wood, temperature, and time length?
I'm thinking this will be tomorrow Christmas eve dinner.
Thanks Adam! Next time they get happy together!
No brine. They smoked at 250 degrees and took about 2 hours for the internal temp at the breast to hit 165 degrees. b