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Old 03-21-2013, 12:51 PM   #1
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Default Hanging wings!! ...LOL...

Hanging 20 wings on a length of expanded metal in my mini UDS was just an experiment. Each wing tip was inserted in the expended metal.
I think I'll just stick with my kettle when doing wings....less time and hassle....LOL.

The wings actually came out pretty good with very even cooking, top to bottom, so no complaints there....:)





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Old 03-21-2013, 12:53 PM   #2
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That is awesome, the PBC guys are going to love this.
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Cool!
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Wings Look Great...Good Plan !!
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Interesting idea, I get the hassle part though.
It may be worth it if you had to do a lot more in one cooker and wanted them all done at the same time?
They look great.
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Nice color on the wings...
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Nice thinking, I can see where the volume argument might prevail on some cooks.
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Seems like a lot of work for little meat, but they sure do look good, and definitely look worth the effort at least this one time!
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Yet another well thought out invention here!
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It actually seems to me that it would be less or the same amount of work than using the grate because there is no flipping involved with hanging.
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LOL. Cool idea.
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Looks great. Good thinkin'
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They look good to me.
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I like the entire thought process of this cook. Thanks for sharing.
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So the question is... Using multiple grates, how many wings can you fit in there?
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