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Unread 07-23-2011, 01:01 AM   #1
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Default First ever cook/smoke on my weber..

Gday All.

Picked up this weber last sunday, weather hasn't been to crash hot all week so we had a good day so now it was time to have my first ever crack on the weber i wanted to do something easy and learn from there so i gave a beer can smoked chicken ago just a got some chicken rub from the local supermarket then basted it with a garlic butter and soy sauce mix.

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Unread 07-23-2011, 01:06 AM   #2
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That bird looks perfect, I think you nailed it! A red Weber to boot!
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Looks like you should expect some tasty chicken. Nice start with your new kettle.
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MMMMMMMMM looks good, and i like me a red head too. Just dont tell my weber i said that
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very nice the weber did its job as usual
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Done a dusted, Pinched a wing to try WOW!!! i cant wait to get innto the rest now All i have got is from this great site, Thank you to every one of you who post info for us newbies


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That looks perfect! Great job. Love the Kettle, too.
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Great job! looks good!

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See. A Bloke can run a Barbie. That looks very tasty my friend. Just got home from work (18 hours of fun) and gonna eat a smoked bologna sammich and hit the sack! Wish I had some of that Bird!

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Good Looking Bird!
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I wanna reach in a grab of piece of that! Great job!
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that looks awesome. I can't wait to try beer can chicken on my new weber!
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Looks really good!
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That's good looking grub!
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Unread 07-23-2011, 10:59 AM   #15
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That looks perfect. The garlic butter and soy sauce baste sure do make that skin look tasty.
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