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Unread 10-14-2009, 07:16 PM   #1
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I am going to cook about 100 thighs on Sat. Usually when I do thighs I have a cambro half pan that is plastic I put them in. Will it alter the flavor if I put these in a full aluminum pan for a day or two in the fridge? Just wanting to get things all trimmed up and ready to go from the fridge to the smoker.

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Your trimming 100 thighs???

I've panned them overnight with no problems, not sure if another day will hurt.

Why do you trim your thighs? Just curious.
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I am just going to square them up a little is all so they look more uniformed.
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For a day or two in the fridge, I'd just bag them in 2 gallon zip bags and then toss them when they go onto the smoker.

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For a day or two in the fridge, I'd just bag them in 2 gallon zip bags and then toss them when they go onto the smoker.

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I am just going to square them up a little is all so they look more uniformed.
Catering customers don't care if your thighs are uniformed. They only care if they are tasty! Why increase your labor? However, if that floats your boat, then so be it!
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As long as there is no acid/vinegar in your rub/marinade, you should be fine.
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That's all I was sayin.
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I really dont want to do much work, but this is a friend's business and other friends have talked up the bbq so I just want to really knock the socks off. If it was someone I didnt know, maybe not so much.
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