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The simple things...

edited 9:33AM in EggHead Forum
I made about a dozen chicken thighs for the clan tonight.[p]Just a simple rub, a simple fire, and a simple glaze near the end of the cook. (The glaze was simply a commercial BBQ sauce mixed with honey, garlic and some random spices)[p]I know this is a staple of many backyard cooks, but as I was cooking I realized that I've not done bone-in, plain "BBQ style" thighs in over a decade. I especially don’t cook with any sauce of late; I've been doing most everything SW dry-rub style these last few years.[p]I've been so busy with a myriad of Asian, Indian, and South American style chicken, American low and slow true BBQ, tons of beef grilling, and some really eclectic oddball dishes (that I will not give up, BTW!) that I found it very refreshing to take a step back and enjoy this simple backyard favorite.[p]These things were a thing of beauty, juicy but not "sloppy", very nicely smoked, with just enough sticky sauce to prove to anybody that would have seen the kids that they loved 'em too.[p]Simply fantastic.[p]Sorry, no pictures. Like I said, I was keeping it simple... ;)
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