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PurpleFloyd

Christmas chicken.

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Making a whole fresh chicken on the smoker tonight for Christmas. Seasoned with Lowreys and Cookies seasonings, Accent and salt with some olive oil as well.
I am anxious to try out my new GrillEye monitor I got for Christmas. It's got Bluetooth and works with my phone.

 

 

 

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Looks pretty darn good!

That monitor woulda been nice to have today.  I smoker grilled a whole leg of fawn for our Christmas dinner.  Managing the temp in the -10 temps was a little tricky but it turned out.  Your monitor woulda saved opening the lid a few times.

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27 minutes ago, PurpleFloyd said:

Me thinks Smurfy had too much eggnog

Nope! No mood to drink.

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1 hour ago, smurfy said:

:grin: actually it's been a tough Christmas. My grandson died Christmas Eve and planning a funeral. Was just trying to get my mind away from it for a bit 

My condolences Smurfy. Just don't seek comfort by hydro cooking your food in bags. You will never come back from that.

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45 minutes ago, PurpleFloyd said:

My condolences Smurfy. Just don't seek comfort by hydro cooking your food in bags. You will never come back from that.

Thanks PF! YEA NO worries that's not gonna happen :grin:

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24 minutes ago, Jim Almquist said:

Sorry to hear Smurfy !!

Our Grandson means the world to us so I know how hard it must be right now !!

thanks Jim! i dont want to derail this thread but yea it hurts bad. he was 22 years old and he frustrated me to know end at times but when i was with him we had a blast. he loved heading up north, fishing and hunting when he could.

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