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Jumping Jack Honey BBQ Chicken on the Island Grill Stone & Joe

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Here's some pics from Tonight's Jumping Jack Honey BBQ Chicken cooks to perfection on the Island Grill Stone. The Chicken soaked for 24 Hours in a Honey, Lemon Juice, Jack Daniels Tennessee Honey, Fresh Cilantro, Celery Seed, Grapeseed Oil and Kamado Joe Homey BBQ rub.

The chicken received an coating of Kamado Joe Honey BBQ rub before being added to the Island Grill Stone and Big Joe running at 350 F. The chicken was seared and roasted to 155F before being pulled from the stone. The zucchini was seared on the Stainless grates before being blackened on the Island Grill stone.

Boy was this one tasty chicken dinner. Let the pics speak for themselves.

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