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Ain't no thang but a chicken Wang 2

The Cen-Tex SmokerThe Cen-Tex Smoker Posts: 15,122
edited June 2012 in EggHead Forum
Did some simple wings tonight with Tsunami Spin and glazed with Salt Lick Sauce (magic on yard bird and ribs)

325 indirect for 20-30 min. Flipped once, glazed both sides

A little side of corn and Hericot Verts with bacon (mmmm, bacon).
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Guess they turned out ok :)

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  • FlamethrowerFlamethrower Posts: 493
    An aweful lot of meat left on dem bones
    LET'S EAT
  • An aweful lot of meat left on dem bones



    Those were the kid's :).
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  • eggoeggo Posts: 492
    looks mighty good. Where did the golden color come from? Did you swab with mustard?
    Eggo in N. MS
  • looks mighty good. Where did the golden color come from? Did you swab with mustard?



    That's the salt lick sauce. It's very unique and has a yellowish tint (not mustard though)

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  • MickeyMickey Posts: 18,048
    OMG that looks good.
    Salado TX Egg Family: 2 Large and a very well used Mini, added a Mini Max (I'm good for now). 

  • OMG that looks good.



    Super easy Mickey. The salt lick on chickens is so good it's almost not fair.
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  • MickeyMickey Posts: 18,048
    Is there just one sauce?
    Salado TX Egg Family: 2 Large and a very well used Mini, added a Mini Max (I'm good for now). 

  • Is there just one sauce?



    Ooh, good call. Get the original. They make a spicy too but just get original salt lick sauce. The spicy does not even taste the same.
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  • Looks awesome. Agree that the Salt Lick sauce is very unique. I recently found that they sell both Salt Lick sauces and rubs at my local HEB.

    Was that indirect or raised direct?
  • Austin  EggheadAustin Egghead Posts: 3,654
    C-T That is a my fine looking meal you cooked.  Wangs and eggs make a great combination.  We have tried the SL Spicy and original, but my still favorite got to sauce is both of the Bone Suckin Sauces
    Large, small and mini SW Austin
  • tazcrashtazcrash Posts: 1,851
     We have tried the SL Spicy and original, but my still favorite got to sauce is both of the Bone Suckin Sauces
    My, and Mrs' favorite as well, but now I have to look for that Salt Lick original.
    Bx - > NJ ->TX!!! 
    All to get cheaper brisket! 
  •  We have tried the SL Spicy and original, but my still favorite got to sauce is both of the Bone Suckin Sauces
    My, and Mrs' favorite as well, but now I have to look for that Salt Lick original.



    It's on line. Get the rub too. On ribs and chicken they are magic together. The rub is too spicy for my youngest (has lots of black pepper any cayenne) but used in moderation with the sauce........money.
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  • Looks awesome. Agree that the Salt Lick sauce is very unique. I recently found that they sell both Salt Lick sauces and rubs at my local HEB.

    Was that indirect or raised direct?



    Indirect. The details of the cook are in the post.

    Use the rub and sauce together. Especially on ribs and chicken.
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  • C-T That is a my fine looking meal you cooked.  Wangs and eggs make a great combination.  We have tried the SL Spicy and original, but my still favorite got to sauce is both of the Bone Suckin Sauces



    It was so simple I almost didn't post it but I guess that's the point right? I does not have to be hard to do really good food.

    Now that Travis told me I could get bone sucking sauce at a liquor store (Spec's) instead of having to darken the door of a cracker barrel, I'm going to get some today. Where do you get yours (and I apologize if it's Craker Barrel :))

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  • Duke_staDuke_sta Posts: 25
    What is a tsunami spin Tex?
  • Duke_staDuke_sta Posts: 25
    Sorry for placing my question in your quote. But I'm not familiar with a tsunami spin, can you explain?
  • GriffinGriffin Posts: 7,566
    I could go for a plate of that right about now. I need to try that tsunami spin.

    Rowlett, Texas

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  • brianwdmnbrianwdmn Posts: 366
    What is a tsunami spin Tex?


    From Dizzy Pig.
    Marietta, East Cobb, GA
  • Sorry guys: Brian is correct- it's a rub from Dizzy Pig. Really good stuff and perfectly spiced for all palettes. My kids love it and so do we. 


    All their stuff is really good. If you don't know about DP, it's time to get on board (and no, there is not actual gold in the bottles, it is only priced as such)


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  • Austin  EggheadAustin Egghead Posts: 3,654
    C-T That is a my fine looking meal you cooked.  Wangs and eggs make a great combination.  We have tried the SL Spicy and original, but my still favorite got to sauce is both of the Bone Suckin Sauces



    It was so simple I almost didn't post it but I guess that's the point right? I does not have to be hard to do really good food.

    Now that Travis told me I could get bone sucking sauce at a liquor store (Spec's) instead of having to darken the door of a cracker barrel, I'm going to get some today. Where do you get yours (and I apologize if it's Craker Barrel :))

    C-T Spec's next to Sam's on 71/290 has Bone Suckin and so does Central Market at Westgate.  Those are my sources. Sometimes found at HEB at Y and the HEB at Bees Cave .   
    Large, small and mini SW Austin
  • C-T That is a my fine looking meal you cooked.  Wangs and eggs make a great combination.  We have tried the SL Spicy and original, but my still favorite got to sauce is both of the Bone Suckin Sauces



    It was so simple I almost didn't post it but I guess that's the point right? I does not have to be hard to do really good food.

    Now that Travis told me I could get bone sucking sauce at a liquor store (Spec's) instead of having to darken the door of a cracker barrel, I'm going to get some today. Where do you get yours (and I apologize if it's Craker Barrel :))

    C-T Spec's next to Sam's on 71/290 has Bone Suckin and so does Central Market at Westgate.  Those are my sources. Sometimes found at HEB at Y and the HEB at Bees Cave .   
    Cool that's my part of town and my local HEB. We'll track it down

    Thanks!


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  • Austin  EggheadAustin Egghead Posts: 3,654
    So you are part of the hood.  You in Circle C?  Lots of eggers down here.  There are two of us on our street and 2 others in the around the block.  
    Large, small and mini SW Austin
  • No. I'm in lakeway.
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