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Chicken and Louisiana Hot Links (Picture)

These are the other meats that went along with the 44lbs of Pork Butts that was served for lunch today The Chicken was cook on my Soul Bucket.....this picture shows the Chicken stacked on one end, coals on the other end....I start the Chicken direct over Mesquite, when they get the color I want, I then separate the Chicken from the coals, add cherry chips and smoke about 1 hour. The Links slow cooked on the Egg about 2 hours
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  • SkiddymarkerSkiddymarker Posts: 7,271
    Are those the Evergood Louisiana Hot Links? Just discovered these this past summer at my local (it is in another country) Bellingham Costco - great sausage. Looks pretty fine..
    Delta B.C. - Vee-Gan: old Indian word for poor hunter. 
  • I get the Hot Links from Taylor's Sausage in Oaklfand CA....when I used to do a lot of Qing on some of the big rigs I used to have, they would make the links into 6' ropes.......this allowed the juices to flow back and forth throughout the rope and not getting too hot and splitting and losing the juices.......I have been buying from Taylor's more than 30 years.......check out this Yelp link, lots of good pictures I have had the Evergood Links and they are vey good but Taylor's is my go to place.
  • ads75ads75 Posts: 383
    That chicken looks really good.
    Large BGE, Mini BGE
    Morgantown, PA
  • NDGNDG Posts: 1,343
    so whats the purpose of the foil below the links?  
    Columbus, Ohio
  • When I cook indirect , I use a pizza pan covered with foil to put on top of the platesetter
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