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  • So, just as a follow up, I did end up cooking all four chickens.  Three easily fit on the grill and I did the last one by itself.  My expectations where shattered! They came our amazing!  I used a handfull of applewood chips and my maverick 732 and …
  • MJQ8 said: That's great! When I did mine the other night, I did direct as well. Cooked to 145 but my wife blew a gasket saying she still thinks that is too raw for pork despite what the manufacturer says on it's label. I have heard you can cook…
  • Tonight I did two loins from Trader Joe's and I did direct at 350.  They came out awesome! It was my second cook and the first time I used my Maverick probes.  It worked out really good but the bbq probe was way off from the dome BGE thermometer. …
  • I know! It is hilarious!  I'll ask him about the slobber the next time I talk to him! So, now my plan is to do three birds with applewood chips. Then when they are done, I'll toss on the fourth! Thanks for the tips, guys!
  • Thanks, folks!  That's all great advice.  I guess I need to measure everything out.  Thanks for the nice comment about the Gorn.  I've been using it for years.  I always get a kick out of it. My Dad went to college with the guy who wore it in that…
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