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Unread 04-02-2013, 03:04 PM   #16
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nicely done right there, i can taste it now.......
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Those look delicious. What do you do with all the trimmings? My dogs wanted to know!
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really good looken chicken there.
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You do realize we're gonna demand more out of you now, don't you?
"To whom much is given, much more will be expected."



Great lookin chicken!
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yes, you need to show us more!!! Like How do you cut the chicken to look like that?
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Those look delicious. What do you do with all the trimmings? My dogs wanted to know!
My dogs were knowing at the trash can themselves! That was one major issue I had with this cook was what to do with all the trimmings?? There is a lot of trimming that this requires, though most of it is, fat and skin but out of 12 thighs I definitely tossed a nice hunk of trimmings

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yes, you need to show us more!!! Like How do you cut the chicken to look like that?
I will take more thorough pictures next time. I was not sure how this was going to come out, and being the only one home I opted not to take prep pics. By far the labor intensive prep Ive had to do for a cook. This makes trimming up packers and butts seem like a cake walk. Though the end result is definitely worth it.
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I do almost the exact same thing with similar results. I know for a fact those are delicious! Great job thanks for posting.
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What rub did you use? I used Myrons " Huney Muney Cluck Rub" and it was the best chicken ive ever had. The hardest part of the trimming was removing the knuckle bones. I used a bread knife and really got a work out cutting those bones. My main problem with the recipie is on my akorn kamado I can only make 12 thighs at a time. cause the muffin tins take up too much space. Great looking cook man!!!! keep it up
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