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Unread 07-11-2013, 04:40 PM   #6
fuzzymusket
Is lookin for wood to cook with.
 
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Originally Posted by Smokeat View Post
Congrats, sounds like you understand exactly what you were getting and will be pleased with it. I certainly hope so. You are already ahead of the game by brining your birds, hope the rub is not too salty. "Burn In" your new toy a bit before placing food in it. What kind of wood chunks are you using for the birds?
As this was a bit of a last minute decision, I didn't make my own rub this time. I'm using Weber beer can chicken seasoning. It's well balanced and not too salty. I rubbed the birds with a bit of olive oil and the seasoning and just put them on the smoker.

I'm using the minion method with Royal Oak chunk charcoal. In my experience I get very nice thin blue smoke without adding any additional wood. I prefer a milder smoke with chicken so the oak should be just about right.

Thanks for the votes of support!
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