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Old 10-05-2014, 05:43 AM   #1
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Talking Wings Between Typhoons

Happy Sunday, folks! As some of you saw, we just dodged one typhoon on Saturday... and the next one is lined-up to pay us a visit somewhere around mid-week.

What better time to break out some bird and watch some NFL Rewind!? (The timezone thing just kills our ability to watch live football unless we get up at 0200).


- I had to hit a couple of different local grocery stores, but I finally found some good local chicken. These wings are bigger than the frozen variety available in the commissary, and not nearly so fatty like we found in the UK.


- I threw the wings in a big Ziploc bag with some of our wings dry rub (mainly SPOG with Paprika and Cayenne for color and heat) with a few tosses to distribute that before a good 1-2 hours in the 'fridge.

- I fired up my gas smoker (I know... part of me really misses my old offset stick burner from England) with some hickory and let her ease on up towards 300-325F before introducing the wings to the sauna.


- A turn/flip at around 30 minutes with a little maneuvering of the bigger pieces lower towards the heat allowed the smoke to permeate the meat and yet some nice crunchy bits to form with the higher heat. Total time in the smoker was around 50-55 minutes.


- A quick toss in some of my own "Linda's American Buffalo Sauce" (I'm a big fan of Texas Pete Wing Sauce that's been "doctored" with some garlic powder, cumin, and Worcestershire Sauce) completes the flavor trifecta (rub, smoke, sauce).


Sorry that I don't have a plated picture. CINCHOUSE awoke from her nap when the hickory smoke wafted inside... and nearly took me out as I tried to toss 'em in the sauce.

Another batch of Wicken Yanks' Wings Over Okinawa in the books!

Thanks for looking, and have a great Sunday!

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Old 10-05-2014, 07:42 AM   #2
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Consider yourself shigged.

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Old 10-05-2014, 08:42 AM   #3
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Those look great! I'm just wondering one thing about the rub. .. what the hell is spog? Salt,pepper,onion, garlic?
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Old 10-05-2014, 09:08 AM   #4
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I'd hit that!
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I want wings and football!
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Old 10-05-2014, 09:17 AM   #6
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Those look great! I'm just wondering one thing about the rub. .. what the hell is spog? Salt,pepper,onion, garlic?
Yup.

Good looking wings, SD! Stay safe.
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Great lookin chicken!...I spent 8 months at Camp Shields 74-75
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Nice lookin wangs. I'm a sucker for em!
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Those are fantastic looking wings!

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Man that looks good! Wish I had time to do some before the Bears game in an hour. That typhoon is no joke. Just read it may have taken out a few of our soldiers.
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Nice looking wings. Great job.
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I'm just wondering one thing about the rub. .. what the hell is spog? Salt,pepper,onion, garlic?
Sorry, JT. I'm still learnin' the lingo, and I've seen many folks mention "SPOG" a few times... Salt (Sea or Kosher for me), Pepper (Coarse Black for me), Onion Powder, and Garlic Powder just kinda made sense... so I ran with it.

Yes, we've had some fatalities in the last 24 here. Unfortunately, the sea is not forgiving when it comes to rogue waves and such near typhoons. We've had men and women from the 33rd Rescue Squadron (flying HH-60s) along with the Japanese Coast Guard's full contingent in the rescue effort.

Keep the families in your prayers and please raise a glass to those who continue to search for closure on their behalf.

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Consider yourself shigged.
Doug,

Is that like getting shivved / shanked / stabbed, etc!? Yikes!

Perhaps it's "shagged," but with a "vowel movement..." Mrs. ShadowDriver might not be so thrilled to hear that, but thanks all the same.

Thanks... I think?
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Old 10-06-2014, 04:46 AM   #14
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Good looking wings right there!
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"Shigged". Heard the term used on BBQ Pitmasters, meaning stealing ones recipe, cooking method, and so on...
And if I'm correct on this assumption, I've "shigged" the hell out of a few of my brethern
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