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5 hours ago, Grainbelt said:

Chicken thighs with wild rice last evening. 

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1 hour ago, Mike89 said:

was 45 minutes enough for a smoke flavor??  looks darn good!!! 

On my pellet grill the smoke setting is right around 180. I thought they’d need more time in smoke but checked them after 45 minutes and they were around 130 so I cranked the temp to try get the skin crisped up. I really didn’t want to do the wings and thighs at the same time but that’s how it ended up working out. I have never cooked wings and I thought they turned out alright. Everything had a good smoke flavor and was juicy. Next time I may smoke them on my Bradley and then transfer to the pellet grill. The smoker does a much better job smoking then the pellet grill in my opinion. 

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got ya, my pellet smoker goes down to 150, that's why I was wondering...  I have done all the chicken cuts too except wings!!!

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