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Old 02-15-2005, 06:25 PM   #1
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Throwing some bacon wrapped yard bird breasts on the grill

how long? It's a Weber gasser, with the flavorizer bars, which somewhat equates to indirect....


Poker game tonight, need these ready in about an hour.l

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Old 02-15-2005, 06:32 PM   #2
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Then they take about an hour.
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Maybe just a little less, say 50 min for breasts...Depends on what the temp dial reads...
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Soooooooo..How'd it turn out??
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Thank God...
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They were much better than I thought....they sat in Rev. Marvins bbq sauce for a couple of hours...that and the bacon kept they moist.

I really don't like boneless breasts....I wanted boneless skinless thighs but the store was out...anyway, it for was poker night, and I wanted it in a sandwich bun so those goons didn't get sauce all over my cards.

They guys loved em, but of course, anything wrapped in bacon is going to be apprecciated.
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They were much better than I thought....they sat in Rev. Marvins bbq sauce for a couple of hours...that and the bacon kept they moist.

I really don't like boneless breasts....I wanted boneless skinless thighs but the store was out...anyway, it for was poker night, and I wanted it in a sandwich bun so those goons didn't get sauce all over my cards.

They guys loved em, but of course, anything wrapped in bacon is going to be apprecciated.
How long did they take, Capt'n?
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Can't remember now, but I'd say around 30 mins......I take white yard bird to 160, dark just a little higher.
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I really don't like boneless breasts...
Boneless...Missed that part... Never tried boneless breasts on the grill.
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Nobody's gonna force you to do anything, Barney. Let's see...Is the Grilling Forum one of the forbidden hijack forums? Yep! Oh well....
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