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Old 06-26-2005, 04:59 PM   #1
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Grilled Chicken...no pics

Did 3 split breasts for dinner tonight. Used homemade rub on all 3...cooked indirect on the Silver B and before hand, brined for about 2 hrs in a basic salt water mixture.

Could have pulled them off a tad sooner but all in all was very good. I glazed my breast with Rev. Marvins original sauce...yummie stuff! :biggrin:

Also did some grilled peaches for a side which turned out really good as well..perhaps some honey or something...felt like it was missing something but still not bad! Give 'um a try if you haven't yet...
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Old 06-26-2005, 06:41 PM   #2
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Did 3 split breasts for dinner tonight. Used homemade rub on all 3...cooked indirect on the Silver B and before hand, brined for about 2 hrs in a basic salt water mixture.

Could have pulled them off a tad sooner but all in all was very good. I glazed my breast with Rev. Marvins original sauce...yummie stuff! :biggrin:

Also did some grilled peaches for a side which turned out really good as well..perhaps some honey or something...felt like it was missing something but still not bad! Give 'um a try if you haven't yet...
Yep the Rev's sauce is very good! Man I wish you had some pic's of the peaches. I've been dying to try grilled fruit! How long did you cook them
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Old 06-26-2005, 06:41 PM   #3
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Greg,

Went the lazy route tonight, went to a specialty market and picked up some pre-marinated chicken and beef sirloin kabobs. Grilled them up and had macaroni salad for side.

For dessert, grilled some peaches and pineapple slices; rubbed with melted butter and brown sugar. Have to be patient to get the good grill marks and carmelize that sugar til nearly burnt, but not quite. Gooooooooooood!!

93 and humid here today.....yuck
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Larry,

Doesn't take too long, I'd say maybe 4-6 minutes, then rotate the peaches and flip the pineapple and then another 5 minutes. Depends alot on the temp of your fire though, mine was a medium low fire, should have been hotter.
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I had my cook at 425-50* throughout...I did the peaches for 5 mins a side...light drizzel of EVOO before going on...will top with Brown sugar and butter next time...MMMMMMMMM!!! :biggrin:
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OH, I was using charcoal/lump for fuel. I see you were using GAS [-o< [-o< [-X [-X :dunno: :dunno:
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The chicken sounds like it was great and the grilled peaches sound interesting too, do you skin them first?
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must have been a bitch hauling that silver B out of the attic =D>
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must have been a bitch hauling that silver B out of the attic =D>
Thank you Shawn...I mean Nick...I mean Shawn!
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