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I've had quite a few requests for the recipe for the chicken drumsticks I made for the Jack fundraiser last weekend. Rather than continue to e-mail it out, I thought I'd just make it a blog post. So, here it is.

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Cheers,
John
Dear John, keep your lousy recipe! Just send me some of those chix all finished up and ready to eat like in the pictures Big Grin

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I've still got leftovers in the fridge. Git on yer Pontiac and ride! Big Grin

John
I kinda like them chicken on a cob things too. Back when, T showed us all some gadget he'd found at Lowes?
maybe H.D.
It holds a dozen by the joint upside down. Slick device.
Gene....is that the one that just holds the legs or the wings....I didn't see what T showed......and do you think they are any good????
Yo, here is the post that Gene mentioned. The thighs were nice and juicy and the skin was crispy on my BDS.
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Thanks T.....the ones I saw weren't that large and the metal was much thinner....seem the recession has hit everything....But I will keep an eye out for the thicker type....those racks....like the beer can rack......seem to hold out alot better then the thin made ones.....
Those are making me drool just looking at them!
Good job as always, John.
I only brought one over, :roll: I own 3, what can ya do with only a dozen drummies, other than eat 'em. Guess I can lay the others out flat and turn them, argh, what a _______________. You fill in the blank. Sampson, be nice now.
Hmmmm, maybe no smoking drummies this week-end after all, the weather dudes are saying "tons of rain" again. :evil: What does a ton of rain look like :?:
Gene;p="19349 Wrote:What does a ton of rain look like :?:

Picture if you can Rexburg Idaho on June 5, 1976...
That brings a picture to mind. Not a pretty one tho. Teton Dam break, not good.
Sampson, you sent a Dear John letter, cold, just cold. Sad How many others have you left in your wake? :roll:
:twisted: While all you "jamokes" are talking about how good those drums looked, I can attest to how they "Tasted"! They were excellent! Great moisture while being cooked to perfection! Just a nice little heat on the finish. :twisted: Eat your heart out Sampson! (My mouth is starting to water as I am typing!) NO KIDDING!!

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Thanks for all the kind words, guys.

John
Cyclops;p="19358 Wrote::twisted: While all you "jamokes" are talking about how good those drums looked, I can attest to how they "Tasted"! They were excellent! Great moisture while being cooked to perfection! Just a nice little heat on the finish. :twisted: Eat your heart out Sampson! (My mouth is starting to water as I am typing!) NO KIDDING!!

Dude, now that is just cold, plain old cold :cry:
:twisted: BBRRRRR! It is ideed cold my friend. But they tasted SOOOOOO good! :twisted:
I'm cooking these tonight to serve to my guests coming to watch the Angels destroy the Yankees tonight.
I'm very excited. We've got 48 drummies rubbed and in the fridge ready to be grilled. Thanks for the recipe. Big Grin
Hopefully that will be the case. Big Grin Looks like a rain out tho. Sad
The rain out was bad.....especially when you have a house full of fans but the chicken was good.
We had fun however watching BYU get destroyed instead.
Yes they did! Ouch!
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