Monday, August 19, 2013

ABT's / Hot Wings / Fried Sweet Corn

I fired the Char-Broil 500X up with some Stubbs all hardwood charcoal briquettes and then added some hickory chunks to the top of the fire. I have 1/2 the cooker direct and 1/2 indirect for this cook. 

I had picked some Hungarian hot yellow wax peppers and some jalapenos from my container garden and I got them made into ABT’s with some pulled pork, chopped onions, and creamed cheese. I also added a generous amount of rub and cayenne pepper and wrapped them with some bacon. “I’m a chili-head”.

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I got the ABT’s loaded on two layers on the indirect side of the cooker for their cook. I had the cooker running at about 300 degrees for this short cook. 

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The fine little cooker doing its thing on a very nice and cool morning here in Central Indiana. 

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About done on the cooker.

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Can’t wait for lunch. Ate one and wow, it was hot!

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Next on the indirect side of the cooker was my breaded hot chicken wings. On the direct side is a black iron skillet full of fresh sweet corn just cut off the cob. I will be frying it is some real butter. 

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With the corn done, I finished up on my hot wings by brushing on some very hot sauce a few time during the cook. That breading sure holds a lot of sauce and that makes them gooder. 

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My pile of wings.

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I can see two or three meals out of this cook.

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Lunch is served.

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