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Old 09-29-2007, 11:24 PM   #1
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Well, I've been on the road the entire month and now I've got a chance to cook on my big green egg. Tonight is Wings & Beer.

I'm starting off with 5 lbs. of wings and a nice cold Kölsch. I spice them with Bad Byron's Butt Rub and Turbinado Sugar (3 to 1 ratio). Cut the wing tips off, rinse and save for stock or toss.



Place the wings on your hot grill (around 350 degrees) with the same side up.



Then apply a liberal dusting of spice. Once done, flip all the wings and repeat.



Now it will take a good 60 minutes or so to cook these wings as I like them crispy and the fat rendered out. Turn them every 10 minutes or so and watch for hot spots while you enjoy a cold brew.

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Old 09-30-2007, 12:22 AM   #2
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Nice wings and nice grill. If I ever have the extra cash, I'll have to look into getting one for myself. My little 60 dollar grill does the job and it came with cast iron grates. Not a bad deal, plus SWMBO is a vegetarian so I wouldn't get much use out of a very expensive one.

We'll be firing it up tomorrow watching football. I got ribeyes and sausages ready to go. Might do some bacon wrapped jalapenos too for appetizers. Oh yeah, and beer too! Lots of beer.


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Old 09-30-2007, 05:20 AM   #3
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Nice wings and nice grill. If I ever have the extra cash, I'll have to look into getting one for myself. My little 60 dollar grill does the job and it came with cast iron grates. Not a bad deal, plus SWMBO is a vegetarian so I wouldn't get much use out of a very expensive one.
I cook most of my vegetables on the grill as well. Some time when I cook out side then maybe only 25% of the meal will be meat.
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Old 09-30-2007, 06:35 AM   #4
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I'll use it for grilled corn and potatoes too. Oddly enough, SWMBO doesn't like a large variety of vegetables. She loves this tofu stir fry I make and that's usually what I'll put together when I'm grilling.

Oddly enough, one of my close buddies has a g/f who is also a vegetarian. It sucks having to cook two separate meals sometimes but hey they gotta eat too. At least my SWMBO doesn't care how much meat I buy and have in the fridge, my buddy can't even keep it in the fridge. We have to buy and cook it all the day we're eating it.
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Old 09-30-2007, 10:13 PM   #5
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Here's the finished product.



Ahhh, tasty crisp wings & good homebrew!
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looks yummy!
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Perfect. Hate buffalo wings that are breaded.

In Hooters one night and they brought us 50 battered, had to send them back - grease balls.

Yours look great.

Do you do mail order ?
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Do you do mail order ?
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Where do you get the rub? Might have to make these this weekend while brewing.
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Where do you get the rub? Might have to make these this weekend while brewing.
http://www.buttrub.com/



Great stuff! I love it on wings, but most important on pulled pork!
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You just like saying Buttrub...


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