I give two thumbs up to this lump, in fact it may very well be my new standard lump but I would like to use a couple more bags before saying that for sure.
After an hour of cooking there was still fuel left, so I shut the kettle down to save for next time. On my next cook I'll get to see how much of a chimney was left over, and how well it relights. Next time I will know to give it 15 to 20 minutes for the smoke to clear after dumping it in the kettle, although having the chicken in the smoke did not seem to hurt anything flavor wise, it tastes GREAT!
The chicken turned out delicious!
Here's the wings using butter and Franks...
Here's 2 of the leg quarters, rubbed with Pot's BBQ Chicken Turkey Rub, and glazed with Williamson BBQ Sauce. Thanks MattG for the rub and sauce, they were delicious!
Here's the other 2 leg quarters, rubbed with the same rub, but glazed with Danny Gaulden's Mustard Glaze. It is delicious!