Board index Barbecue Board General Discussion 2 cooks with pics

2 cooks with pics

This is the place to ask your BBQ questions, share information, and more.
Post Sat Jul 11, 2009 3:08 am
kmvet72 well done
well done

Posts: 409
Location: Palm Beach Gardens FL
4th of July party snacks on Dads gasser.

This is a modified version of Huli Huli Chicken
First I Frenched the chicken legs.
Image
Then maridated with 2cups of dole pineapple mango juice, 1cup soy sauce, 1cup katchup 1 cup raw cane sugar, and table spoon each of garlic, and onion powder. Marinated overnight. saved about a third of the sauce to sauce on the grill.
Image
Image
Grilled and served pool side. I just turned off the grill and let them rest for a few minuets then let people grab them by the bone right off the grill. Good times.
Image
Image
Image

Little pig, no head or skin. A gift from my little brother. It was an accidental cross bread of Vietnamese pot belly (pet) pig, and Blue butt (meat) pig.

Cuban style, but with a little smoke. Rubbed with Mojo Mama original dry Mojo, and injected with Publix liquid mojo then marinated overnight. used the SFB to get the temp up to 325 Using Kingsford competition briquettes, and a few chunks of hickory. cooked for about 4 and 1/2 hours, then let rest for 1/2 an hour. had a great bark, and super moist inside.
Image
Image
Image
Served with Cuban bread, Black beans and yellow rice, and sweet plantains. And needless to say mojitos to wash it down. :lol:

Mark
Image

Tastes Like Chicken :)

Post Sat Jul 11, 2009 9:38 am
DropaStone medium-well
medium-well

Posts: 230
Location: South Bend, IN
Those french style chicken legs look mighty tasty but that baby pig on the CG looks even better :twisted: I got a few buddies that always tell me I should do a whole hog on mine :shock: yeah like it could fit. Although it seems a baby pig fits just right. Man I gotta do that.

Great job and thanks for the pics.
Smokem if you got'em
CG PRO W/SFB
MasterBuilt Gas Smoker
Image

Post Sat Jul 11, 2009 8:26 pm
CamG medium
medium

Posts: 134
Location: Ontario, Canada
Wow :shock:
That is amazing......

Can you tell me how to french a chicken leg like that ?

I googled it.... however I didn't have any sucess.


Thanks
Cam

Post Sun Jul 12, 2009 5:26 am
kmvet72 well done
well done

Posts: 409
Location: Palm Beach Gardens FL
CamG wrote:
Wow :shock:
That is amazing......

Can you tell me how to french a chicken leg like that ?

I googled it.... however I didn't have any sucess.


Thanks
Cam


Any time, :D It's fairly simple. Just use a heavy cleaver to chop off the little knob at the narrow end of the leg. then grab the bone, and push all the meat down the bone. You might need to use a small knife to cut and stuborn tendons trying to hold the meat up.

Good luck

Mark
Image

Tastes Like Chicken :)

Post Sun Jul 12, 2009 10:20 am
BBQ Bob well done
well done

Posts: 536
Location: Clifton, New Joisey
Awesome job with those chicken legs, kmvet72! Did you direct grill them?
Nice hog tooooooo. By any chance did you get the weight of it before smokin?
Thanks for sharin.
Image
FURN. Short for furniture that I should have instead of this thing - wifie

Post Mon Jul 13, 2009 3:04 am
kmvet72 well done
well done

Posts: 409
Location: Palm Beach Gardens FL
BBQ Bob wrote:
Awesome job with those chicken legs, kmvet72! Did you direct grill them?
Nice hog tooooooo. By any chance did you get the weight of it before smokin?
Thanks for sharin.


Thanks, The legs were on a 3 burner gas grill, So I used a hybred direct / indirect method the burners under the legs were on low, and the burner to the right was on medium high.

The pig was about 18lbs give or take a little.

Mark
Image

Tastes Like Chicken :)

Post Mon Jul 13, 2009 1:32 pm
CharredGriller User avatar
BBQ Deputy
BBQ Deputy

Posts: 5900
Location: Central Alberta, Canada
Here's hoping I get invited to next year's party, kmvet72.....

Seriously, though, those are some great pics all round. Thanks for sharing! :D
Unlike propane, you'll never wake up scorched and naked in another county because you mishandled a bag of briquettes.

Post Thu Jul 30, 2009 9:59 pm
UVaJester rare
rare

Posts: 18
Location: Virginia Beach, VA
I used your huli huli marinade on a few pounds on drumettes and then grilled them... It was amazing. I have a second batch mainading right now for the weekend.

Post Fri Jul 31, 2009 2:40 am
kmvet72 well done
well done

Posts: 409
Location: Palm Beach Gardens FL
:D Thanks UVa jester, It's always fun to hear about people using something I posted. Glad you liked it.

Mark
Image

Tastes Like Chicken :)


Return to General Discussion