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  • Re: Spatchcock Success - Lots of Pictures

    I used the recipe on the naked whiz site...pictures are included....follow the guide and get ready to hit one out of the park!  dosen't get any easier or better than that....

    +1.  Naked whiz has this recipe's number. 

    The only thing that I did different was use an elevated grid and cooked it skin side down for the first 10 minutes.  Some people will ice the breasts (*smirk*) for 10-15 minutes prior to cooking to help the breasts and legs cook at the same pace.  I did not do that, and it turned out great.

     

     

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  • Re: Spatchcock Success - Lots of Pictures

    Thanks. I know what I'm having for lunch tomorrow. too!
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  • Spatchcock Success - Lots of Pictures

    I cooked my first Spatchcock tonight and it turned out great.  Comments are welcome.

    I coated the bird with a bit of EVOO and then rubbed a mixture of Dizzy Dust and Salt Lick under and on the skin.  Then I cooked at 375 on a raised grid for about an hour with a couple of hickory chunks.  The skin was crispy, and the chicken was moist.  For sides, we had steamed veggies and a potato concoction that was put together by my bride.  

    Overall, it was an outstanding meal.  I'll scale it back on the smoke next time, though.
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  • Re: Catching up on Posts - Steaks, Tenderloin, Meatloaf, etc

    Done.  I made a new post so everyone can have access to it.  Hope it works for you. http://eggheadforum.com/discussion/1141942/smoked-meatloaf-recipe-by-request
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  • Re: Catching up on Posts - Steaks, Tenderloin, Meatloaf, etc

    Thanks for the comments. Apparently I posted all the pics twice. #internetfail
    I think that happens when you upload from computer vs using the Photo icon and pasted a direct link from photobucket. Your food looks awesome man! I'd like to try that meatloaf recipe if you're willing to share. It looks amazing!!

    I'm happy to share the recipe, but I'll have to grab the card and handle it tomorrow.
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