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Old 06-13-2017, 09:05 PM   #1
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Default Wing night

There is a cook off coming in September in my town. I signed up for ribs and wings.

Here was my wing practice.

I made two wins with Stubbs wing sauce. I didn't like it. I think the habaneros threw it off for me.

The other were done with buffalo wing sauce recipe I really like.

I'm debating if I should fry them real quick after grilling.
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Old 06-13-2017, 09:16 PM   #2
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I would nail that plate hard.
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Old 06-13-2017, 09:18 PM   #3
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1. They Look Fantastic to me.

2. To a Judge, they might look like a large messy portion,
not sure that's what judges like, I HAVE no idea..
should you cut the tip? I say yes at least...

I like the ones on the right. And the left.
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what rules are there regarding wings?
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Old 06-13-2017, 09:48 PM   #5
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Fry them!!
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what rules are there regarding wings?
I'm not sure. Says they will send email out soon with rules.
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Old 06-13-2017, 10:01 PM   #7
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I would nail that plate hard.
Me too! They look awesome to me.
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I cut the tips off my wings when I do them. By no means am I into competition BBQ. I just think it makes for easier eating and looks better.

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I'm not sure. Says they will send email out soon with rules.
were i you, i'd wait for the rules to come before forming a plan. no sense planning something that might not be allowed.
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I've walked at KCBS contest with wings. Cut the tip off as clean as you can by separating at the knuckle. Make a cut in the web between the flap and the drummie so when the judge goes to pull them apart it takes way less effort.
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Old 06-14-2017, 07:51 AM   #11
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Vortex will get those wings crisp no doubt. I do my wings per the vortex instructions (vent setting, time, etc.) and I smoke/cook mine for about an hour. You could maybe cut that time in half then flash fry for a minute or two? I've never tried it but my wife is harping on me to do smoke fried wings. Just a lot of work i think and there is a fine line that one could cross that might dry them out. There is a local joint here that Rec Tecs their wings then fries them but they are dry.

I like them fully vortex and I like the fully fried. Will do one or the other. I got 9th out of 40 teams in a KCBS wing throw down and fried them.
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Those look great to me. I agree w mrbill that you should wait until you get the rules before going too deep into a plan. I personally love smoked wings and decided long ago that a smoked (maybe not as crispy) wing is better than a boring old fried (crispy) wing. I cook mine in an offset and we just crank it to 400 and they get crispy enough.
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Man you guys with the vortex and wings are killing me. I need to get one and try this! Looks incredible.
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were i you, i'd wait for the rules to come before forming a plan. no sense planning something that might not be allowed.
I have been wanting to experiment with a smoke and deep fry combo anyways, even before this contest.
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