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RE: Looking for BBQ Chicken and DO Potatoe recipe
All the BBQ chicken dutch oven recipes that I have read recently, (and that's a few), are pretty much the same, and involve browning your meat in a dutch, don't crowd the pan too much, and then adding a bottle of your favorite BBQ sauce and cooking the meat until finished.
If you have a Camp Chef Ultimate Dutch oven, with the cone in the center , your could lay a little smoke on the meat that way, and then include it in the dutch with the sauce.
Does everything have to be cooked on site on the day?
If it does, can you take a Weber kettle or two with you, then you could grill chicken leg quarters over charcoal and smoke wood, using indirect cooking, then strip the meat from the bones and add it into the pot to finish with some sauce.
If it doesn't need to be cooked the same day, smoke your chicken at home, then break it down as it cools, put it into bags so that you have about an 1" thickness of meat, and plunge into an ice water bath to coo rapidly, leave in the ice bath as long as you can, then on the day of the cook, take the smoked meat with you in a cooler, cook on from there.
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