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Low and Slo Tsunami Spin Chicken (4 pics included)

EggsellentEggsellent Posts: 160
edited 7:06PM in EggHead Forum
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<p />Thanks to my brother-in-law and his brother (who made low and slo chicken this past week) I decided to try it myself. Got these leg quarters for a whopping total of $2.98, so I figured it wouldn't be too devastating if I royally messed it up. It was WONDERFUL (despite the fact I should have pulled them 10 degrees earlier). I sprinkled a little Tsunami Spin and cooked them direct @ 225-250 degrees for about 6 hrs. I will make these again and again!!![p]640Dsc00369.jpg
Sprinkled with Tsunami Spin[p]640Dsc00370.jpg
Two hours into cook[p]640Dsc00383.jpg
Done - Yum!!!!!!!!!!

Comments

  • Eggsellent, you can do all that and put up w/MB?

  • Chet,
    LOL!!! He got real worried when I started cooking on the egg for myself.

  • WessBWessB Posts: 6,937
    Eggsellent,
    Next time try it with Raging River..It`s awesome, I got that trick from WooDoggies a couple Eggfest`s ago, but I/he did it with just the drumsticks at the time, on a raised grid....you wont be disappointed..[p]Wess

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