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Old 01-27-2013, 07:10 PM   #1
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Default Spatchcocked yardbird on the kettle

Picked up the new model 22.5 OTG so I had to break it in. Covered my victim with some plowboys yardbird and cooked it at about 375. She's coming along nicely....







I'll try to get some more pron after it comes off......



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Old 01-27-2013, 07:11 PM   #2
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Nice!

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Old 01-27-2013, 07:12 PM   #3
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Looking good!
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Old 01-27-2013, 08:08 PM   #4
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The pics aren't the best, I ran out time. Wifey is 7 months prego so she got a bit impatient. Overall I'm pleased with results. The apple wood added a real nice flavor.




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Looks great! I did 2 spatchcocked birds last night on my BGE indirect at 325. Came out great and I am thinking that is a real good temp for yardbirds....
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That looks great.

I've heard overwhelmingly positve comments about Plowboy's Yardbird rub. I've never tried and my local guy is sold out. He said the holiday shoppers wiped him out.

I've got a couple cans ordered that should be here next week.

I'm spatching some more birds on Thursday, I believe....and wangs on Superbow Sunday.

I did some last week with Willingham's Cajun rub that turned out great. Really looking forward to the Plowboy's. I also ordered their beef rub and a can of their fur n' fin stuff as well as some of their 180 sauce.


The color on your bird is great, too. Have fun with the new grill and yeah, apple wood with chicken is great !!!
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Looks great! I did 2 spatchcocked birds last night on my BGE indirect at 325. Came out great and I am thinking that is a real good temp for yardbirds....
Nice post!

325-350 is where I was with my two birds last week. My family really enjoyed them. Tender, juicy and just right.

Can't wait to get some more done on Tuesday or Thursday of next week.
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Looks great! I did 2 spatchcocked birds last night on my BGE indirect at 325. Came out great and I am thinking that is a real good temp for yardbirds....
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Thanks Marty! I feel like 325-375 is where ya gotta be to get the best bird possible. I actually started out at around 375 and after the skin was looking nice I let it cruise at around 325. Yummy!




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That looks great.

I've heard overwhelmingly positve comments about Plowboy's Yardbird rub. I've never tried and my local guy is sold out. He said the holiday shoppers wiped him out.

I've got a couple cans ordered that should be here next week.

I'm spatching some more birds on Thursday, I believe....and wangs on Superbow Sunday.

I did some last week with Willingham's Cajun rub that turned out great. Really looking forward to the Plowboy's. I also ordered their beef rub and a can of their fur n' fin stuff as well as some of their 180 sauce.


The color on your bird is great, too. Have fun with the new grill and yeah, apple wood with chicken is great !!!
You're gonna love the plowboys yardbird, it's good stuff. I love the color it adds too. I also like plowboys fin and feather.




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Excellent !!!!


I'm eagerly awaiting this stuff arriving. My chicken rubs have just about run out....except for some Montreal Chicken rub that I have for rainy days.

My hunger is building now !!!!
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Old 01-28-2013, 03:14 PM   #11
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Looks great! And I'm a big fan of the Yardbird too. Still working through the 5lb bag I bought a while ago.

Do you remember about how long you cooked your chicken? I haven't done a spatchcocked bird in quite a while and I'm trying to remember if it's something I can do on a weeknight easily for a late dinner ...
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Nicely done sir.
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Looks delicious! I just made some of these up... in the OVEN! They were good, but I was looking forward to smoking them. I just didn't have the time with everything I had to do yesterday, and nothing else thawed out besides those chickens I had just bought.
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Looks great! I will have to try that and yardbird rub. Seems like it gets great reviews.
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