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Unread 04-13-2006, 06:09 PM   #1
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I'm trying the crank the temp up and blast a couple of chicken breasts. Got a full chimney of K and lump with some chunks lighting and about a hlf a chimney of K and lump with wood chunks in the fire box. 3 chicken breast brined over night. Gonna do em naked and add some sauce at the end. Pics to follow.
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Well, I was disapointed with my experiment. Got the temp up over 384, which is the max on my thermometers, but after 30 min my internal temp was only 170. I started saucing for another 15 min. The skin was not very crispy so I threw it over the coals for a few minutes. So, my mtotal cook time was over an hour. Usually if I'm just doing a few breasts I throw them in the smoke chamber for 20-30 min, then finish over the coals and I'm done in 45 min, with similar results. They turned out very juicy and flavorful, but I don't think it was worth the extra fuel and time.
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Sorry it did not work as planned.
Thanks for sharing.
May save someone else some time

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Eric, by the LOOKS of things they turned out nicely, but I can unnerstand your feelings if you burned that much fuel to get there. Thanks for posting your results. You might have saved a tree. :)
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My thoughts exactly . . .
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