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Old 07-24-2006, 10:48 AM   #1
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it started innocently enough

Well it started out innocently enough….I was going to clean out Buford and season him…..well It’s a beautiful day and if I was going to fire him to season him I might as well cook something and have an excuse to try the new thermapen…1 corned beef and 2 bcc…..One of which got to drunk and fell over……They both are getting to dark because I am cooking at a higher temp than normal but they should be good eating…and the Mrs took the kids with were so I can cook from my hammock while hydrating myself…Life is good…Now I just have to make it in to work tonight….
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Old 07-24-2006, 12:12 PM   #2
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Chicken is done..I used some essence and some blacken seasoning as the rub, a ½ can of Yueling and some of Dr. BBQ. Pork injection in the rest of the beer can, the woods of choice were apple and cheery …I have to say…This was the first time using my Thermapen and I don’t’ know how I lived without it…………..The corned beef is at 135*
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I love the color cherry imparts on fowl. They look great!!
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Those birds look great! The skin look so good.

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Old 07-24-2006, 02:20 PM   #5
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Looks great bro' =D>
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Old 07-24-2006, 02:31 PM   #6
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Dang chickens just don't know when they have had enough. :biggrin: :biggrin:


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Old 07-24-2006, 04:39 PM   #7
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Nice lookin birds there dog. Looks like their fallin off the bone =P~ I gotta do me some more bcc's
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Was it really the chicken that had too much, or the operator, and didn't remember putting it on it's side....



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Looks like operator error to me
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Maybe the chicken had a little monkey in him.

Nice looking birds, Dog.
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Old 07-24-2006, 07:49 PM   #10
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Very good looking birds. Now I am hungry, and off tomorrow. Hmmmmmm Dog just gave me an idea
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Was it really the chicken that had too much, or the operator, and didn't remember putting it on it's side....



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Looks like operator error to me
Thats the way he started cooking it
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It was not operator error…..I put the can in the chicken prison style (didn’t lube it up) and the can was kind of bent…(I may have taken to much beer out of it)…The chickens came out good and the thermapen is awesome….I pulled the corn beef off early and finished it in the Crockpot… ..I did this for two reasons…..First I didn’t have the time to mess with it…and I think the Corned Beef gets to salty when cooked exclusively on the smoker….

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Looks darn good wittdog. =D>
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Old 07-25-2006, 03:23 PM   #14
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Awesome bro' =P~

Chickens go to prison?
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uhm, uhm good!
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It was not operator error…..I put the can in the chicken prison style (didn’t lube it up) and the can was kind of bent…(I may have taken to much beer out of it)…
That's what they all say.... It wasn't my fault....

Good looking though.... I too have found corned beef to be salty when grilled or smoked. have gotten where I soak it in a pot of water for a while before hand... that helps.

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It doesn't matter......Both of the chickens came out good. Even if it may have been my fault
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It doesn't matter......Both of the chickens came out good. Even if it may have been my fault
Thats all that matters =D> =D> =D>
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Sweet! =D> Yueingling is too good for chickens...just right for cooks though! :biggrin: That Corned beef looks awesome!
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