Monday, October 3, 2011

Sunday Funday

Had a few friends that happened to be in town last weekend and wanted to do a little eggin' for the Falcons away game.  Sadly the Falcons lost but we did not.  I planned on making some wings and sausage and a friend brought some fresh corn to throw on the grill as a side.  I got a pack of wings and drumsticks from Publix and set off to watch some football.



Prep:
I covered the drumsticks and wings in DP Swamp Venom and set them up using 2 wing racks. 


Cooking:
I placed the wing racks on the grate for direct cooking at 350º.  I let them cook for about an hour before brushing on some Louisiana Wing Sauce.  I let them cook for another 10 minutes before pulling them off and serving.



After pulling the wings off I threw on the shucked corn, chicken breasts, and kielbasa sausage.  The sausage took about 15 minutes until it was done and the corn took about 30 minutes. I cooked the chicken until it reached 160º internal which took about 40 minutes.


Notes:
I have only done wings a couple times but these were the best I have made.  They had the perfect amount of heat and nice crisp skin.  I will definitely do wings like this in the future.  Everything else was delicious but the wings were the star of the show in my opinion.

One little guy got a little more done than the others per MBH's request.

The corn was  fresh and tasty.

The chicken was reserved mostly for lunches and the chicken
tortilla soup we planned on making later. (more on that to come)

OHHH YEEAAHHH!!

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