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Unread 09-22-2011, 04:45 PM   #31
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Mike, nice job!! I like how you got your WSM temps way up...what ingenuity! I will have to do that when cooking regular chicken legs, thighs or quarters.
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Unread 09-22-2011, 04:49 PM   #32
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Man those look farkn great! I love grilled/smoked wings there so much better then fried, well to me they are. Great job and really nice pics you should shoot food for a living
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Those wings look fantastic. Nice technique too! The leaf blower idea is awesome!

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Unread 09-22-2011, 05:51 PM   #34
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I will for sure order some of the dust this weekend. Those wings look amazing! I cannot wait to try some of the other rubs as well
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Yeeee-freaking-oooooow! Those look tasty and HOT.

One of my favorite shots was of the ones in the bag because you can just see the spices hanging out on the wings, having their way with them!
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Those wings look fantastic. Nice technique too! The leaf blower idea is awesome!

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I figured everyone would like the leaf blower trick...
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I figured everyone would like the leaf blower trick...
Yep. I'm wondering if I can do that with a hair dryer...
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Mike, nice job!! I like how you got your WSM temps way up...what ingenuity! I will have to do that when cooking regular chicken legs, thighs or quarters.
Those look Outstanding
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Oh WOW! We have GOT to try that!!!! Y'all know I love the hot stuff!
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Yep. I'm wondering if I can do that with a hair dryer...
I thought about that too... All it takes is the leaf blower being on an idle, give it any gas and it is just too much air. (I've experimented with it before... ) I think as long as the hair dryer moves enough air, I don't see why it wouldn't work, might have to put it on high speed, though...
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Hair dryer chicken wings - LOL
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I've done something similar with one of these that I had in my patio cabinet, but I found that it blew ash all over, including on the food.



How do you avoid that, Mike?

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P.S. I've also used our Oreck canister. I just put the hose into the exhaust (it fits perfectly).



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I've done something similar with one of these that I had in my patio cabinet, but I found that it blew ash all over, including on the food.

How do you avoid that, Mike?

John
That can be a problem. Here's a couple things I found out by trial and error...
  • Anything above an idle can put ash everywhere. But even my entry level Stihl blower moves more than enough air just idling, so anything more isn't really needed anyway.
  • Leave the lid on top. This creates positive pressure in the uint and greatly helps prevent ash from making it up past the water pan. Any loose ash exits through the door instead. (path of least resistance)
  • Another key factor that seems to help is to only use this technique on short-term cooks, like chicken. The coal bed had only been going for a little over an hour on these wings, so any residual ash was minimized because of the "new" fire.

Hope this helps...
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WOW! Those look so darn good.
I will have to give them a try someday.
Thanks for sharing!
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