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Did a search and looks like a lot of you are leaving the skin on. I've been taking the skin off so I could put some rub on them. Also going indirect, hanging on a rack, at 350-400. They've been good, but perhaps I could improve. With skin on, raised drip pan do I have to worry about burning the skin? I'm assuming skin on works for you guys, plus I imagine the legs are more moist.
(Tommorrow I only have 1.5 hours to light the lump and put food on the table, so I thought chicken legs are reasonably quick cook.)
People say that Television is bad for you. It's that bloody Fridge, that's killing me.