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  1. Ingredients - Chicken Wings - Oil - Kosmos Q Wing Dust (optional) - Your favorite Wing Sauce Directions This cook is so simple! I take the wing portions and coat them in some neutral oil (canola, EVOO, Avocado). Then I toss in Kosmos Q Wing dust - for this one I used their Buffalo version but you can chose your favorite. If you don't have wing dust, you can use salt and pepper along with some cayenne. Once the wings are coated I throw them into the Napoleon basket which is attached to the JoeTisserie. As with most of my JoeTisserie cooks, I bank the coals
  2. Hello fellow KG forum members! Since the playoffs were going to be on and my wife and daughter were out shopping, my dog and I had the house all to ourselves. I began to think about dinner and I felt like making something appropriate for the NFL event. Well, what goes better with football than chicken wings, right? I asked my dog her opinion and she agreed, so off we went to the kitchen to get things started. In order to do something a bit out of the ordinary, I thought about injecting the wings, so I mixed up some ingredients to make a bowl of buffalo wing sauce. After, I dried
  3. Hi All, My cooks planned for this weekend were messed up by my daughter's 104.5 F fever. We cancelled all our social plans, and the food sat in the fridge for a couple days. Now I am making up for lost time! My baby (almost three) is running around and her fever is down to 100-102. Onto the food! Wings (3 lbs total) were split into two equal portions and coated with Meatchurch Honey Hog or KJ Honey BBQ. The wings were cooked in the Joe at 250 F for 60 minutes. The bottom line is both rubs are excellent! Honey Hog is very sweet with a hint of pepper. KJ is less sweet and
  4. Found some wings in the freezer so thought I'd get them going today. Marinated in Grill Mates Baja Citrus and extra Season-All. Smoked a bit extra with pecan chips on the diffuser, then set this stove-top grill on the diffuser so all the fat would run into the well around the inside. (It wouldn't fit on the grate with the dome down, so had to set it lower.) 400 degrees, and added a couple of thighs to the middle that I needed to cook up. Brushed with Improv's Lime Sriracha Butter, and it's a beautiful thing. Sorry, I ate all the flats for brunch.
  5. This past weekend I was able to cross an item off my bucket list! After purchasing a BigJoe, the only thing left was kamado pizza . This weekend we ate well with kamado pizza and chicken. I started by caramelizing a mix of garlic, shallots and onions, this was used for the pizza and shoved under the chicken... Chicken wings were my favorite bobby flay honey chipotle recipe. My modification was to cook indirect at 375 for 1.25 hours total. This gave me wings that were fall off the bone tender. Pizzas were New York style, lean dough, only water flour salt and yeast! Yummy! The pizzas we
  6. I thought I would report in on today's cook. I was inspired by Pepin's video, deboning and stuffing chickens. One chicken was stuffed with spinach, onions, chicken sausage, and fresh mozzarella. The other bird was stuffed with a sausage cornbread stuffing and Colby cheese. Both stuffings were thrown together by the seat of my pants. The birds took about 45 minutes to debone, with the first one taking longer. They were cooked on the bigjoe for 50 minutes @375 along with 4 lbs of honey chipotle wings! Wow, I am amazed with how much food I was able to fit on here. I bet I could have dou
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