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Game Day Menu - Hanging Wings and Legs

ravensravens Posts: 2
edited October 2012 in EggHead Forum

Hey fellow eggheads,

A few weeks ago, I shared my Sunday Night Football brisket here http://eggheadforum.com/discussion/1143947/sunday-night-football-brisket

Even though today’s Ravens game against the Chiefs was ugly, here are the beautiful results I got with my two new chicken wings and legs racks for today’s gametime menu.

Here are the two Master Forge Stainless Steel Leg And Wing BBQ Racks I got off ebay last week for $20 shipped.

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First, I soaked some Cowboy brand hickory wood chips about an hour before the cook.

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At about 11:30 AM I fired up the grill. I use Cowboy brand natural hardwood lump coal for my cooks. I buy 20 lbs bags, and have filled about 5 lbs worth of coal for this cook.

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Next step is to season the legs and wings and hang them on the rack. I rubbed half with McCormick’s Montreal Chicken Seasoning and half with Old Bay.

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Now it’s time to throw the racks on the egg.

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I grilled for approximately 40 minutes @ 375 (°F).

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Finally it’s time to serve and enjoy! 

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This BBQ definitely helped sweeten this ugly game. But we’ll take the “W”.

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Comments

  • Wings and legs look very, very good! I like the racks, I have the ones that will just hold the legs.
  • thetrimthetrim Posts: 1,409
    Thats a pretty cool post
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  • BamaEGGBamaEGG Posts: 170
    Those look pretty dang good.

    How do you keep from burning them in that rack? Were they crispy?
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