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July 4th cook

Looking for a few opinions please. I got my AR R&B combo with the extender on Friday. Tonight, just to get it broken in a little, I cooked a dozen chicken legs. I wanted to test the sliding racks and the convenience of the multiple levels. I would like to cook something on the 4th for a few friends. I thought about doing a brisket, but have never cooked one before and am a little hesitant to do a first one when people are counting on a meal...The other thing I thought about cooking is two spatchcock chickens. Have done a few of those one at a time, and would like to try multiples. Thoughts?   TKS
Franklinville, Western NY

Comments

  • TexanOfTheNorthTexanOfTheNorth Posts: 3,917
    Do what you're comfortable with! If you've got a LBGE then you can easily fit two spatchcocked birds on there.
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  • bgebrentbgebrent Posts: 16,633
    Do spatchcock or wings, hard to miss.  Good luck!
    Sandy Springs & Dawsonville Ga
  • DuuaneDuuane Posts: 55
    sounds like a plan...that's the direction I was leaning. I do want to do a brisket, but I guess I'll wait for another time.  TKS
    Franklinville, Western NY
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