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Old 03-16-2013, 08:55 PM   #1
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Tried to smoke chicken a little differently than the usual way (beer can)



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I put BBQ sauce on the one with the cajun seasonings.

I must have been having an off night... it looks good, but it really was just kind of 'eh'.
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How did you like it? I think the beercan method is overated .I much prefer spatchcocked.The whole one you have looks like a reverse spatchcock.Did you split the breast?

Oops,missed the meh part.Sorry.

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Well it fo show looks good to me
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I must have been having an off night... it looks good, but it really was just kind of 'eh'.
Flavor? Moisture? Doneness? I'm used to seeing the skin start to pull back on the legs when done. Were they done enough?

Smoke wood? I'm not seeing much color there.
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How did you like it? I think the beercan method is overated .I much prefer spatchcocked.The whole one you have looks like a reverse spatchcock.Did you split the breast?
yeah.. thought that's the way I saw, guess I was wrong.
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Flavor? Moisture? Doneness? I'm used to seeing the skin start to pull back on the legs when done. Were they done enough?

Smoke wood? I'm not seeing much color there.
Honestly, they could have been done a bit more. Moisture was great. Flavor was bland once I got past the skin.

Wood was pecan/hickory.
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I'm not complaining... I'll use the chicken in other things (smoked chicken salad is awesome). Just being honest... can't win 'em all.
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Chicken looks good, +1 on the pullback on the legs. Tried the reverse spatchcocked, cuttin the backbone out is always the best. Won't cook them any other way. Might bump your cook temp up 50 degrees or so also for that spectacular skin. We love some chicken skin.
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