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Unread 08-22-2013, 05:40 PM   #1
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Did chicken thighs tonight and played around with how I might do them in a competition. The thighs were all different sizes and pretty hacked up out of the package so I was working with substandard meat but they came out looking pretty dang sexy to me for a first ever shot, tasted pretty good as well. Cooked on my OTS indirectly.

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Unread 08-22-2013, 06:35 PM   #2
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Agree, they are on the rough side, but ignoring that, there look good, nice color and gloss although a little splotchy on the sauce, for your first attempt I am sure you learned a lot though for next time!!!


**Warning, practicing chicken can become habit forming ;)
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Looks good from here. Welcome aarolar, how about posting some pics of your homemade 100 gal RFand the mini patio RF? Would sure love to see 'em.
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Agree, they are on the rough side, but ignoring that, there look good, nice color and gloss although a little splotchy on the sauce, for your first attempt I am sure you learned a lot though for next time!!!


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Yea like I said I was working with what I had when I am cooking for me and the wife I can't justify going through 4 packs of thighs to find consistent sized pieces. Not sure whats so splotchy but I don't think it's the sauce I applied it pretty evenly with a silicone basting brush.
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They look good to me. Nice job!!
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Looks good from here. Welcome aarolar, how about posting some pics of your homemade 100 gal RFand the mini patio RF? Would sure love to see 'em.
I had a thread a while back but I will repost them again because I have made alot of progress on the 100 gallon cooker. I am on a time crunch with it as I entered a rib competition on the 14th of September.



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