Barbecue (alt.food.barbecue) Discuss barbecue and grilling--southern style "low and slow" smoking of ribs, shoulders and briskets, as well as direct heat grilling of everything from burgers to salmon to vegetables.

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Default Chicken Wing Recipe

After many attempts, different rubs and methods, this recipe is both
my wife's and my favorite. All spices/rubs are from Penzey's. I have a
Char-griller Super-Pro, so all grate settings, etc, should be adjusted
accordingly.

The Best Wings The Wife And I Ever Had!! (Lame recipe title, I know,
but Oh Well!)

(Makes one dozen wings.)

Trim wings, toss w/ dry rub.

Dry rub: 1-2 tsp of BBQ of Americas, 1 tsp of Galena St Rub, tsp of
Northwoods, -1 tsp of Garlic Powder, tsp of Kosher salt, tsp
of freshly ground peppercorns, to 1 tsp each: Krakow Nights and
Mural of Flavor, and - tsp each: Dried Rosemary and French Thyme.

Before applying rub, toss wings with a drizzle of olive oil, and
immediately toss with dry rub. Refrigerate for an hour. Allow to sit
at room temperature for at least 30 minutes. Set charcoal grate at the
next to lowest setting. Before grilling, add a handful of apple wood
chips to the coals. Grill over direct medium heat, 10-12 minutes per
side. Move to indirect heat, and continue cooking for 3-5 minutes per
side. Remove to foil- add a little olive oil, close in the foil, and
allow to rest for 5 minutes.

Enjoy,

JimnGin


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After many attempts, different rubs and methods, this recipe is both
my wife's and my favorite. All spices/rubs are from Penzey's. I have a
Char-griller Super-Pro, so all grate settings, etc, should be adjusted
accordingly.

The Best Wings The Wife And I Ever Had!! (Lame recipe title, I know,
but Oh Well!)

(Makes one dozen wings.)

Trim wings, toss w/ dry rub.

Dry rub: 1-2 tsp of BBQ of Americas, 1 tsp of Galena St Rub, tsp of
Northwoods, -1 tsp of Garlic Powder, tsp of Kosher salt, tsp
of freshly ground peppercorns, to 1 tsp each: Krakow Nights and
Mural of Flavor, and - tsp each: Dried Rosemary and French Thyme.

Before applying rub, toss wings with a drizzle of olive oil, and
immediately toss with dry rub. Refrigerate for an hour. Allow to sit
at room temperature for at least 30 minutes. Set charcoal grate at the
next to lowest setting. Before grilling, add a handful of apple wood
chips to the coals. Grill over direct medium heat, 10-12 minutes per
side. Move to indirect heat, and continue cooking for 3-5 minutes per
side. Remove to foil- add a little olive oil, close in the foil, and
allow to rest for 5 minutes.

Enjoy,

JimnGin

I like mine marinated in Texas Pete kicked up with whatever other hot sauce
you like. The roll in seasoned flour with a good amout of red pepper Then
Fry them and dip in Thia Penut Butter sauce Then stick em on the grill for a
few minutes. No blue chees or ranch dressing, just more Thia peanut sauce
Anything is good with Thia peanut sauce on it

Jimmie




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