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  • Re: American Style Brown Sugar Glazed Holiday Ham From Charcuterie

    @DMW thanks. I just ordered some with amazon prime. Should be here the same day the ham is ready to be picked up. Now I need to find some enormous ziploc bags.
  • Spicy Peach Glazed Wings for a Late Lunch

    Did a few chicken wings as a late lunch for SWMBO and I today. I cooked the wings at 350 indirect with a chunk of cherry wood for smoke and glazed the wings with a simple sweet n' spicy sauce made from peach preserves and tabasco (recipe to follow). SWMBO and I both thought they turned out great!

    Here they are on the Egg finishing up and sauced:


    Served with my favorite dip for wings:

    The sauce is really easy to make. Only thing I might like is a bit more heat, so I may kick it up with some chili flakes next time. Here is the recipe (credit to The Neely's from the food network):

    Sweet n' Spicy Peach Wing Sauce:
    1/2 stick butter (I went with unsalted)
    2 cloves garlic, minced
    1/2 cup peach preserves
    1/4 cup tabasco
    1 Tbsp soy sauce

    Procedure: Saute garlic in butter until fragrant, then add the rest of the ingredients. Simmer for about 7 minutes, or until darkened/thickened a bit.

    Overall, these turned out well. I don't normally sauce wings on the Egg, but wanted to try it out today. I was hoping for them to be a little bit more tacky, any suggestions? I sauced the last 10 minutes of the cook.

    Thanks for reading!
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