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Ping! Nature Boy

BabyrayBabyray Posts: 250
edited 2:38PM in EggHead Forum
Chris, How about the recipe for the boneless, skinless, chicken thighs that you did at Whole Foods? Appreciate it .

Cheers and beers to ya.

Ray Price

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  • Nature BoyNature Boy Posts: 8,508
    Yo Ray! Good to see your name.

    Aw man. Those b/s thighs were the simplest of simple. A quick dose of rub, then 10 minutes later onto the grill at 350-400. Maybe 8 or 10 minutes a side to brown them evenly and get 'em up to about 175-180. You could do them 300 for longer too, and they'd still be good. Hotter for more tasty char. These were pretty small. Slice into strips two ways to get small sample size pieces, place into small sample cup and stick a toothpick in it. (Last sentence was a joke...heee)

    We usually cooked each batch using 4 different rubs so folks could try 'em side by side, and we used everything but the Red Eye and the 2 beef rubs. My favorite on chicken is always the tsunami, but funny how many people were diggin' on the swamp venom. One lady was waving her hand in front of her mouth to cool the heat from the rub, and coughing. We were worried we hurt her, but she picked up two bottles and went inside to pay.

    Hope you are doing well. Talk to ya later.
    Chris
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  • Celtic WolfCeltic Wolf Posts: 9,773
    HAHAHAHA You got to love customers like that.. It was sooooo good it made my cry so I bought two jars...

    The people at the pick'n I just did looked at the red pepper seeds suspended in the sauces shook their heads and poured it on.. Almost everybody came back for 3rds...

    Glad this is working out for you.. One of these days I'll get brave and bottle my sauces..
  • AZRPAZRP Posts: 10,116
    Pete, hope your pickin went well today, I'm going to be in your fine state tomorrow through Wednesday, then on Friday I need to cook six butts for a meeting of PSE archery's video team. She said there will only be 50 people, and I told her 4 butts would be plenty. She said the last time I made 4 butts for 45 people, and they didn't have any leftovers. So, it looks like I'm making 6 butts. -RP
  • Celtic WolfCeltic Wolf Posts: 9,773
    You flying in and out of RDU or Charlotte? I assume you are going to Salisbury.
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