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Old 08-13-2019, 05:34 PM
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Seasoned with Everglades seasoning, smoked paprika and smoked in the grill for approx. 1hr. 45 minutes.

Mmmmmm, So tender and juicy.



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Seasoned with Everglades seasoning, smoked paprika and smoked in the grill for approx. 1hr. 45 minutes.

Mmmmmm, So tender and juicy.



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Old 08-13-2019, 06:59 PM
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The flavor is beyond verbal expression.
Couldn’t stop munching on them.
Worse than crack.
Not that I would have the slightest clue what that is like, just an analogy.

Poor fellas up north have No idea about Everglades seasoning.
Magic dust.
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Old 08-14-2019, 06:38 AM
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What temp did you smoke them at?
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220*+/-

I initially burn the grates off for cleaning, open the grill to cool down for approx. 10 minutes and then fire up the front burner.
Set that control knob just above the lowest setting which puts the grill right at 220*+/-.
Break out the torch and put some fire to the chips in the tender box, let those get to burning and blow them out.
The chips smolder nice and slow, not flare ups.

Close lid and forget about them until ready to pull.

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Old 08-14-2019, 09:58 AM
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Had some last night... we have a local joint that does them so well it's usually go there for just wings, and I do all my other smoked meats at home. They have applewood, and hickory to choose from... what wood did you use in the smoker?
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One of my favorites to smoke. One way to make them better (IMO) is once off the smoker throw them in the fryer for a flash fry. Unbelievable!!
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Old 08-14-2019, 10:08 AM
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Hickory with a touch of Mesquite.

If a crispy skin is desired just crank the burner/heat up for a short period, around the wings, Not under them.

Ever try Baby Ray's Sweet Chili sauce on them?

These didn't need any sauce but when I do fried or oven baked wings that's my go to sauce.
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I have an Italian meat anti-pasta sub salad recipe I need to dig up for you all.

No pasta within, just Alot of top grade Italian cold cut meats with all kinds of other Good stuff in it and marinated in Red Wine Vinaigrette.
Make, marinate for 24hr.'s, fill a real hoagie roll full, add some chez and broil.

You won't be able to eat/get enough of that stuff.
But that's another thread.
Have to break the recipe down for smaller batch though unless your about to feed the neighborhood.
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Old 08-14-2019, 06:18 PM
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LOVE to smoke wings on my Weber kettle.

Those look great.
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