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    The Bronco sprouts wings......

    No, not a tale about a suspect football team in thin air, but a tale of experimenting with the Bronco to show it's versatility.

    So I've watched some vids and read some threads extolling the virtues of the Vortex, dare we say, "cone of shame". Well, that's what dogs call them. I enjoy experimenting with stuff and thought, hey, that should work with the Bronco just as well, but let's test that theory.

    My loving bride must have overheard that mental conversation with myself (it's frequently the only way I get anyone to agree with me) and brought home a package of wings. So here are a couple or so pics of how I set it up and proceeded with the cook. I got behind the prep curve and didn't do a good enough job of drying the skin sufficiently ahead of time, but otherwise, they turned out great. A little rub just before setting on the grate, then a toss in some Frank's Buffalo sauce with added butter and it was a delicious meal. Not bad for a first time experiment. This Bronco continues to amaze with it's flexibility/versatility. Click image for larger version

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    #2
    They look good.

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      #3
      Those look awful.

      You should just put them in my mouth so you don't have to eat them.

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        #4
        Yum! I’ve done vortex wings on my kettle for years, time to try this method!

        OJB...Ojb...ojb...

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        • HawkerXP
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          Not ANOTHER one!

        #5
        They do look good.

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        • Uncle Bob
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          OJB, OJB,OJB...…………………………………...…………….just for you bud

        #6
        Awwww--you got me with that topic title. I envisioned a Bronco with flapping side tables.

        Those wings look great, BTW.

        Kathryn

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          #7
          @fzxdoc They were tasty too Kathryn. I have given the folding side board thing some thought but not much more than fleeting. I do enjoy playing with accessories and mods. BTW, I just got some parts to mount casters on the non-wheeled end of the Summerset IV, just need to make time to mount them. I'll post up when I do.

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          • fzxdoc
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            Wonderful. I'll keep my peepers peeled for that post.

            K.

          #8
          What is the grate that you're using the vortex on, did that come with it?

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          • Uncle Bob
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            So there are two components under the vortex. The first layer/piece is a typical fire/fuel grate, 13ish inches. I had it lying around, probably from a kamado or other tapered bottom cooker. The next layer supports the other two pieces it's the hanging rack from my Barrel House Cooker. I could have used a cooking or fuel grate from anything that is 18ish inches in diameter, just happened to grab this for the experiment.

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