Discussion in 'Poultry' started by woodchucks, Mar 19, 2011.
Brined over night. Dry rubbed and smoked with Royal Oak and Hickory chunks. Took about 4 hours at 225 to 250
Yes sir, they look good. How'd they taste?
Tasted great.. Ate one put the other in the freezer for a meal later. Dang good way to spend a saturday.
Sometime try making some chicken salad with some of the leftovers. There is nothing better than smoked chicken salad. Just sayin'..
It also good for making chicken corn soup a definate must try
Hey there fellow Hawkeye stater. Looks good. How do you like that duo smoker. I saw one at Lowes the other day for $299 without the side fire box. Hmmm maybe add that to my Christmas wish list.
If you need another idea for leftovers, give this one a try. It's from cowgirl's blog "Chicken Bog" here's one I did.
The Dude I love it.Thought about what to buy all winter. Decided to get the duo grill and smoker. Have done a pork shoulder,two chicken and cheese on it so far.
I am happy with buying it. Been using a gas vertical smoker for about 5 years, I am new at using all wood but like it a lot so far
i figured being in the poultry section the best way to start the day would be a good lay..just sayin.....
ohhh looks great btw!!
hey woodchucks im looking at getting a 50-50 you like yours. i also have a gas smoker box, how much charcoal/ wood for a good size butt
Looks good. I like the looks of that grill also. gives you the best of both worlds.
Great looking birds.. Nice job