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Old 02-13-2007, 04:42 PM   #1
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Icy Chicken

Not sure what bug crawled up my butt, but I decided to cook some chicken on the WSM. Well it's freezing rain like crazy, but I'm committed!!!! I rubbed them down with Wolfe Rub Bold and threw on with some hickory. Should be gooooood dinner!!!

BTW that's ice ontop of the WSM!!!

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Old 02-13-2007, 04:45 PM   #2
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If that's ice, you may want to open the bottom vents a little bit more!
Good luck Larry and enjoy the cold!
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If that's ice, you may want to open the bottom vents a little bit more!
Good luck Larry and enjoy the cold!
I had just put the coals in!!
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Careful on the deck! May hafta to put some chains on those wheels when it's time to sauce.

Looking good as always!

I love watching the snow and ice melt and roll off the top of a Weber.
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Old 02-13-2007, 05:01 PM   #5
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Careful on the deck! May hafta to put some chains on those wheels when it's time to sauce.

Looking good as always!

I love watching the snow and ice melt and roll off the top of a Weber.
I couldn't get back in the door off the deck! Nothing but ice!
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Re: Icy Chicken

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Not sure what bug crawled up my butt, but I decided to cook some chicken on the WSM. Well it's freezing rain like crazy, but I'm committed!!!! I rubbed them down with Wolfe Rub Bold and threw on with some hickory. Should be gooooood dinner!!!

BTW that's ice ontop of the WSM!!!

The WSM looked like a ceramic cooker in that picture.
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That's hard core, nice going LArry.
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Old 02-13-2007, 05:16 PM   #8
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Truly hardcore!
Imagine... Larry...strapping into a safety harness... with a come-a-long or tackle attached to the fridge....LOL
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Old 02-13-2007, 05:17 PM   #9
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Finney that's the first thing I thought...dang, Larry got an egg!
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Looking good Larry but I think you need one of these today.

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Old 02-13-2007, 06:20 PM   #12
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Re: Icy Chicken

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Not sure what bug crawled up my butt, but I decided to cook some chicken on the WSM. Well it's freezing rain like crazy, but I'm committed!!!! I rubbed them down with Wolfe Rub Bold and threw on with some hickory. Should be gooooood dinner!!!

BTW that's ice ontop of the WSM!!!

The WSM looked like a ceramic cooker in that picture.
That's purdy funny!!!
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You should get a BGE or a Primo or something if you're gunna be cooking in that kind of weather...to heavy for me to put in the attic!

You go Mr. Wolfe!!
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Old 02-13-2007, 07:09 PM   #14
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You should get a BGE or a Primo or something if you're gunna be cooking in that kind of weather...to heavy for me to put in the attic!

You go Mr. Wolfe!!
Yeah that would be nice!! But the WSM worked perfectly in the crappy windy icy weather! No wind break either!!! [smilie=a_bravo.gif]
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Old 02-13-2007, 07:20 PM   #15
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Chicken is done and it is YUMBO!!! I was gonna glaze with some TPJ Cherry Jalapeno Jelly, but it's freezing rain and sleeting too dang bad. Glad I didn't glaze though, cause it's good on it's own! But yes I still have my ever handy Reverend Marvins Hot right next to me!!!

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Oh Yeah!
Oooooh! YEEEAH!!!!!

Looks great Dude!
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Very ice.....I mean very nice Wolfey
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Can I have just one bite, Larry?

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Good looking dinner there Larry.
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Can I have just one bite, Larry?

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John not sure how the weather is down the road, but if you wanna trek on down here to Bealeton I'll fix you a full plate and give you a beer or Beam and Coke!! It's icy as all get out here right now!!!
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