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Unread 03-25-2014, 10:49 PM   #1
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Default First smoke--chicken wings!

I did my first smoke this weekend, chicken wings! I injected them with part butter part hot sauce and did a basic rub. I then smoked them at 275 in my mes 30 for I think about an hour and a half with hickory. They turned out great! Had leftovers heated them up the next day and they were still great! Next time, I think I'll throw them under the broiler to crisp up the skin just a tad more.

I also did a prime rib on Sunday, but forgot to take a pic.

All in all, I was very happy with my first time out!
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Unread 03-25-2014, 11:01 PM   #2
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Great looking wings!
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Great looking grub. Now, let's see those grates get dirty!!!
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Nice work.
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Congrats on your cook.
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Those wings look pretty dang good!
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Looking good!
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Those look fantastic! Great job, I'll have to give it a try soon.
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Thanks all! Heatseeker, I'm working hard on it! Today is beef, peppers and onions for sammies. I've got to remember to take pictures before we stuff our faces.
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Looks good !

I have a Masterbuilt Electrical Smoker too.
Sometimes it was a mess to clean up.
Take Aluminum foil and cover the inside of the smoker.
Instead of water i placed sand into the pan. Keeps the heat constant and
no additional moisture to the meet.

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Nice lookin' wings.
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Beats the hell of what I had last night at the bar :)..
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Thanks again! No bar wings for me anymore bathmatt...not after indulging in these! :)

Thanks to you too MAC for the tips. I'll definitely try putting sand in the water pan!
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Is there a way to crisp wings in the smoker.
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