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  • Smoking77
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    Thanks! Looking forward to doing this one again.

  • Smoking77
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    Next time, for sure

  • mountainsmoker
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    Nice looking leg quarter. I agree get rid of that green stuff for more chicken.

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  • Deeremaxx
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    Beautiful!!

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  • Smoking77
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    Thank you!

  • Mo Porkplease
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    Now that is a nice looking piece of chicken!! Great job!!

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  • Smoking77
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    I knew I screwed something up

  • Steve R.
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    I would only point out that if you get rid of that green stuff, you would have room for another leg quarter on that plate.

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  • SmokingSteve
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    Nice! What time did you say dinner is?

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  • Ahumadora
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    That's comp grade chicken right there...

  • Ahumadora
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    +1. Spinaker is on the money...

  • bardsleyque
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    That looks like mighty fine!!!

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  • Smoking77
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    Thanks, everyone! Was absolutely delicious. Can't believe I haven't made this type of chicken before. Added unlit coals to the lit coals, opened up all the vents, took the water pan out, and put the chicken on. No need this time to finish it off on direct heat. Click image for larger version

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  • JeffJ
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    Let her rip and remove the bowl. My 14.5 WSM produces excellent skin-on bird due to exposure to radiant heat. Consider putting down a single layer of unlit coals underneath the lit coals.

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  • Spinaker
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    Yep! Just watch the sugar. If it has a ton of sugar watch your heat, keep it at or under 400 F. Smoking77

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