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Old 11-28-2011, 08:26 PM   #1
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Default Some More Chicken Thighs On The Weber Gasser

Cooking on a Gasser really means you need to use a good seasoning Rub or Marinade. That is what I have discovered. Just not ever going to be as good cooked over hot coals.

The flavor introduced into the meat from live fire cannot be beat!





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Old 11-28-2011, 09:06 PM   #2
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Good looking chix!

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good looking chicken, but I do agree you can't get the same flavor as a wood and coal fire but you can get some good char that helps make them taste pretty good.
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Old 11-28-2011, 09:32 PM   #4
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Good looking chicken, I have never owned a gas grill and keep telling myself I will never own one but I know they are great when you dont have alot of time.
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I love me some thighs.

That looked like Big Butz Chicken Dust on those tasty lookin' thighs.

Was it?

Never done thighs on the gasser. Then again, I never use my gasser.
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I love me some thighs.

That looked like Big Butz Chicken Dust on those tasty lookin' thighs.

Was it?

Never done thighs on the gasser. Then again, I never use my gasser.
I was in a rush again tonight. The seasoning was just Mrs Dash Original.
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Chicken looks good ............... your gas grill does a good job. I have a weber I use alot also.............
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Looks damn good to me!
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