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Unread 06-04-2013, 07:05 AM   #1
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I figured I would try something different on my kamado joe.... I have got to say it was pretty delicious!!!
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Now that looks GOOD!!!
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Looks good!
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Dang, they look great!
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I would like some of those on my lunch plate, right now! Good job
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I could go for some of that right now!
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Those things look fantastic.
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I MUST try this!
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What is the skin like under the bacon, or do you remove the skin before wrapping it? They look amazing!
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I figured I would try something different on my kamado joe.... I have got to say it was pretty delicious!!!
How did you prepare them?
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They look bangin!
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What is the skin like under the bacon, or do you remove the skin before wrapping it? They look amazing!
Left the skin on it was perfect with perfect pull
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How did you prepare them?
It was a little labor intensive cut of end of the drumsticks. .. then cut meat of bottoms of drum stick and wrapped bones in aluminum foil just so bones didnt get too dark... then I seasoned then wrapped in bacon smoked them for bout 2.5 hours at 230 degrees. .. was just sn experiment and turned out amazing
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