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Unread 03-20-2013, 01:39 AM   #16
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For flavor and a nice char, I marinate the quarters in a ziplock filled w/ zesty Italian dressing....
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Unread 03-20-2013, 02:28 AM   #17
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Some of the best BBQ chickens I have ever had was out of a yellow Weber kettle maybe when I was 5 or 6. My dad cooking, cold, kinda windy, smoke billowing from the vents. The chicken covered in sauce, burned and sweet. I dont make it like that. Im not 6 anymore, and Dads not cooking. Just wouldnt taste the same.
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i have done ribs this way before.... full spares... smoked them at about 225 sauced while they were raw.. smoked for about 7 hours.. They actually turned out good.. this is back when i was finding which way worked best for me.. (this wasn't it) but my family loved them!
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Urban fathers from the earlier days, were confused and didn't know any better.
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I am an urban father. Should I be offended?
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I like a little charred sauce from time to time. Usually put over direct heat at the very end of the cook just to "caramelize" the sauce (HAHA). I don't do it often as I don't usually sauce chicken or ribs but it's good for a change from time to time.
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