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Old 06-17-2006, 02:24 PM   #1
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Butts and Chicken

I love Saturday nights.

Doing 4 butts that will go on around 7 pm. Kicked Up Roadside Chicken
for dinner tonight, but I'm grilling them. Chicks soaking up juices, two
butts rubbed, two more to go. My rub.





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Old 06-17-2006, 02:53 PM   #2
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Looking good Cappy! Who's coming to dinner tomorrow with all them butts cooking?
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Old 06-17-2006, 03:17 PM   #3
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Look great until I saw the Miller Lite
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Old 06-17-2006, 03:31 PM   #4
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well, Monday I'm shooting a local cable access tv show which does not exactly have a huge audience, but after I won SOTB they wanted to do
a show about bbq. I've known the host for 20 years, so I said sure.
Can't really do any cooking since it's shot on a small set, but I thought
I'd take a cooked butt, and make a sandwich.

Then next Thursday the radio station gave away a free bbq at the home of the winner, so I'm gonna vac and pack some q for that. And there should be some left over for the freezer.

Any excuse to q...
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Old 06-17-2006, 06:33 PM   #5
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I'm gonna tell you, if that price is right, it's ridiculous. Maybe its for a good cause. This will be my first KCBS comp, and I'm pleased to be working for the SC State Champ 2006.



Even if he did stink at Tryon.




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Old 06-17-2006, 06:36 PM   #6
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wel the chicken was good, but the recipe will be spiced up even more next time.


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Nuthin' like chicken in yo face! That looks awesome! =P~ =P~
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Is that pic big enough for ya Joker.
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Old 06-17-2006, 07:40 PM   #9
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Cappy, what host are you using for your pics? They really show up nice.
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Old 06-17-2006, 07:41 PM   #10
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Cappy I'll comment on your cook in a week when I can see the pics. From what I saw it looks like Hop Sing did a very good job of catching chickens.
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Old 06-18-2006, 06:25 AM   #12
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Scott, that's ridiculous. There must be some kind of festival thing
associated with it. I wouldn't pay that much. And if they charge me
that much to come in and compete, I'll be turning around.

I use Imageshack for pic hosting. I have no idea why the pics get so
big sometimes.

The chicken was good, but I'm gonna kick it up even more next time.
Lots more pepper than the original recipe called for. I think I'll cut
back on the oil too.

Hoss I'll send you an email from my home computer, this one at
work sucks.

Yep, the butts are chugging along at home. At 5:30 this morning
I didn't have to make any adjustments to the wsm...it ran perfectly
all through the night. When I get home just after 10, there should only
be another hour or 2 to go.
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Re: Butts and Chicken

[quote="Captain Morgan"]I love Saturday nights.

Doing 4 butts that will go on around 7 pm. Kicked Up Roadside Chicken
for dinner tonight, but I'm grilling them. Chicks soaking up juices, two
butts rubbed, two more to go. My rub.

Way to go Cappy , got my 2 - 16 lb butts and 1- 10 lbs pork picnic shoulder on the smoker as we speak , pecan wood is doing great lots of smoke. Probably pull it all off at 4PM , started at 6AM keeping the temp around 250-300. I am taking before and after pics , will post em when its all done.
Usiing a modified version to Chris Lillys rub and injector sauce, made do with what we had here at the house.
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Old 06-18-2006, 07:51 AM   #14
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a 16 pound butt? WOW!
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Everything looks great Cap =D>

Except your'e taste in beer
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Great taste, less filling.


Well, home again after 4 hours away, the wsm still held nicely.
Temps dropped to 219, and the meat is only at 165.

I did pull the top off to check the coals, and I was a little surprised
to see how much ash was still above the grate. I'm using the new
Kingsford. I think I agree with those that say it makes more ash
than the old. I had to really do some poking to get all that ash to
fall through the grate. Almost like it was sticking together.
Still, everything is going fine. I let the temps climb up to 245,
looks like I'm in for a few more hours than I had expected.
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Dang Cappy, sounds like you need some help there.. [-o<

You going to Charleston..I STILL think 17 bucks is a little steep just to walk in..Does anyone know any different.

I may go several guys from another Q forum are gonna be there..
Frayed, it's a two day Blues (music) and BBQ festival. Entertainment both days. Price also includes the house and grounds tours which costs around that anyway.
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Dang Cappy, sounds like you need some help there.. [-o<

You going to Charleston..I STILL think 17 bucks is a little steep just to walk in..Does anyone know any different.

I may go several guys from another Q forum are gonna be there..
Frayed, it's a two day Blues (music) and BBQ festival. Entertainment both days. Price also includes the house and grounds tours which costs around that anyway.
I've heard most of the entertainment, and it's pretty good. Blue Grass not Blues. Boone Hall is a great venue and the house and grounds tour is fun. We'll have a couple of pieces of Q laying around after 2:30. You're welcome to come and help us "clean up". That should be worth the price of admission all by itself. BYOB.

Look for a strange group with an intoxicated man holding up a tent and another Alton Brown looking guy running around passing out beers and emptying ashtrays with a vengence.

It should be interesting and informative.


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Jack, you are correct. Bluegrass, not blues. Had a brain fart. Thinking of the wrong fest.
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He was also correct about the Alton Brown look alike
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