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    Lemon and Herb Smoked Chicken Thighs

    Did this cook tonight for a little family picnic at my step-daughter's dance recital. It's a recipe from one of Ray "Dr. BBQ" Lampe's books. Olive oil, lemon zest & juice, garlic cloves, thyme, salt & pepper. Smoked at 250 with apple wood for about 1 1/2 hours. Tasted almost as good as it looks.

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    Also did an equal number of thighs with the Simon & Garfunkel rub, but as my gas grill is on its last legs and getting harder to set up good 2-zone, they didn't come out nearly as pretty, but folks at them all the same.

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    I'll try it again after I get my OTG next week.

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    I'm not big on dark meat, but that top group looks goooood.

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      #3
      Thighs are my fav

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        #4
        Looks good, Burn! I'm with Jerod on the dark meat but those do look good. Dr. BBQ has some good stuff in his books. I'm a big fan of his big-time rub.

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          Thanks. I'm a breast man myself. Chicken, that is. But the family likes dark meat & I didn't feel like messing with different cook times. If I had found some good drums, I probably would have done those instead. It always amazes me how much harder - at least for me - it is to get poultry just right

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            Originally posted by The Burn View Post
            Thanks. I'm a breast man myself. Chicken, that is.
            How many wrong responses are there to this? Let me count the ways.

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