My Chicken discovery

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chewingthefat
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My Chicken discovery - Sun, 05/30/10 4:37 PM
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I've always sold smoked half chickens, I dont quarter them, don't ask why, in any case thursday I bought a bunch of fresh cut up chicken, put a real spicy rub on all of it and smoked it. incredible taste, then on a lark I took a smoked thigh and just put it in the deep fryer, no breading, nothing except the rub on it, you wouldn't believe the taste of my spicy smoked fried chicken, I may have hit a home run here!

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Re:My Chicken discovery - Mon, 05/31/10 7:40 AM
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Hey CTF---Since I won't be in Emmitsburg Md within the forseeable future will be please send one to me in St Pete.  And don't forget your home run trot, and touch all the bases. 

Maybe hand your leg to someone
passing through on their way to Paradise ----- the earthly one not the  one in the sky. 

Thanking you in advance
I remain----TAM.

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Re:My Chicken discovery - Mon, 05/31/10 11:03 AM
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the ancient mariner


Hey CTF---Since I won't be in Emmitsburg Md within the forseeable future will be please send one to me in St Pete.  And don't forget your home run trot, and touch all the bases. 

Maybe hand your leg to someone
passing through on their way to Paradise ----- the earthly one not the  one in the sky. 

Thanking you in advance
I remain----TAM.


TAM,Take me a week to get around the bases...I'd send the chicken UPS but I know the driver would eat it!

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Re:My Chicken discovery - Tue, 06/1/10 7:41 AM
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Hey Fat,

If you put it on the menu post it here......I've moved a little further south in Va. and don't make it up your way as often as I used to (once a month or so) but I'm sure I could get the fella's together on the bikes and head up for some Smoked Fried Chicken.....

Truce

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Re:My Chicken discovery - Tue, 06/1/10 11:28 AM
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rebeltruce


Hey Fat,

If you put it on the menu post it here......I've moved a little further south in Va. and don't make it up your way as often as I used to (once a month or so) but I'm sure I could get the fella's together on the bikes and head up for some Smoked Fried Chicken.....

Truce


Truce, I sold all of it this weekend so consider it on the menu...also if you are coming up PM me so I can be sure to be here, I want to meet you!

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Re:My Chicken discovery - Tue, 06/1/10 12:01 PM
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chewingthefat


I've always sold smoked half chickens, I dont quarter them, don't ask why, in any case thursday I bought a bunch of fresh cut up chicken, put a real spicy rub on all of it and smoked it. incredible taste, then on a lark I took a smoked thigh and just put it in the deep fryer, no breading, nothing except the rub on it, you wouldn't believe the taste of my spicy smoked fried chicken, I may have hit a home run here!



If you cut it in half, you can put it on the kiddies menu

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Re:My Chicken discovery - Tue, 06/1/10 4:14 PM
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joerogo


chewingthefat


I've always sold smoked half chickens, I dont quarter them, don't ask why, in any case thursday I bought a bunch of fresh cut up chicken, put a real spicy rub on all of it and smoked it. incredible taste, then on a lark I took a smoked thigh and just put it in the deep fryer, no breading, nothing except the rub on it, you wouldn't believe the taste of my spicy smoked fried chicken, I may have hit a home run here!



If you cut it in half, you can put it on the kiddies menu


True,but you still can't order off of it!

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Re:My Chicken discovery - Wed, 06/2/10 8:36 AM
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Dear Mr CTF,---
If you have a kiddie's menu you should have a senior menu also.
Discrimination lurks there.  The senior menu would be pre-packaged
to go------never saw a senior leave a restaurant without a doggie bag.  A handful of sugar (and, or, substitutes) packettes in her pocketbook would be nice also.  If they show up with empty shopping bags count the silverware. 

If Joe Rogo shows up rev up the ovens----I understand he is a world class gourmand.  Tony Bad slipped me that info when no-one was looking.   






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Re:My Chicken discovery - Thu, 06/3/10 7:52 AM
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chewingthefat


rebeltruce


Hey Fat,

If you put it on the menu post it here......I've moved a little further south in Va. and don't make it up your way as often as I used to (once a month or so) but I'm sure I could get the fella's together on the bikes and head up for some Smoked Fried Chicken.....

Truce


Truce, I sold all of it this weekend so consider it on the menu...also if you are coming up PM me so I can be sure to be here, I want to meet you!

 
I told the fella's about the Smoked Fried Chicken.....we are all huge BBQ fans, and your joint has always been one of our favorites......we all love fried chicken.....almost as much as Q....LOL I will drop you a note as soon as we put the trip together!!! 


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Re:My Chicken discovery - Thu, 06/3/10 12:21 PM
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Gotta tell you, that sounds really, really good. And I'm a fried chickenophobe.

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Re:My Chicken discovery - Thu, 06/3/10 12:49 PM
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the ancient mariner


Dear Mr CTF,---
If you have a kiddie's menu you should have a senior menu also.
Discrimination lurks there.  The senior menu would be pre-packaged
to go------never saw a senior leave a restaurant without a doggie bag.  A handful of sugar (and, or, substitutes) packettes in her pocketbook would be nice also.  If they show up with empty shopping bags count the silverware. 

If Joe Rogo shows up rev up the ovens----I understand he is a world class gourmand.  Tony Bad slipped me that info when no-one was looking.   


Ancient One, I do have a Seniors menu, it looks exactly like the regular one...I  don't want to be accused of profiling anyone...I live in mortal fear of a giant lawsuit by some kids advocacy group, as it is!
If Joe Rogo shows up, I'll put him in the kitchen, I can always use someone who knows their way around good chow!!

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Re:My Chicken discovery - Thu, 06/3/10 3:38 PM
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A two step cooking process. I think there are some other rather famous chicken recipes that use that idea. Smoke, then fry, sounds like a ground breakin home run idea to me!!!

Now... for a great name for it?%&#@?
Joe

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Re:My Chicken discovery - Thu, 06/3/10 5:06 PM
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PapaJoe8


A two step cooking process. I think there are some other rather famous chicken recipes that use that idea. Smoke, then fry, sounds like a ground breakin home run idea to me!!!

Now... for a great name for it?%&#@?
Joe

 
I'm pretty good at creating names, (IMHO).
In this case, since it's a new concept, the name needs to be simple and describes what the product is so people can catch on and identify with the product.
 
For Starters;
"Smokin' Fried Chicken"
"Deep Fried Smoked Chicken"
"2-Step Smoke & Fry Chicken"
"Double Flavor- Smoked & Fried Chicken"
 
<message edited by Foodbme on Thu, 06/3/10 5:07 PM>

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Re:My Chicken discovery - Thu, 06/3/10 5:26 PM
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BTW, I hit the chhicken with some of the rub after the fry, crispy spicy chicken skin, with a really moist smoked meat underneath it...Oh yeah!

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Re:My Chicken discovery - Thu, 06/3/10 6:07 PM
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Chewer, this could be the next biggest thing since frying chicken in a pressure cooker!

Foodb, all good names! Hard to choose. It's Chewers food invention... make him choose.
Joe

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Re:My Chicken discovery - Sat, 06/5/10 11:06 AM
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How about 'Crispy Wisp Chicken' or 'Double Love Chicken'.

I don't usually care for smoked chicken at all because the smoke tends to be way overdone and chicken is not a strong enough flavor to handle that well.  This sounds really good though.

Sounds like a good opportunity to experiment with some different rubs too.

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Re:My Chicken discovery - Wed, 06/16/10 6:36 PM
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It doesn't really matter how it is made as long as it tastes good, fail and then try and figure out why.

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Re:My Chicken discovery - Wed, 06/16/10 6:50 PM
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I'm late into this thread.

I've actually tried something similar. I brine my chicken that's destined for immersion frying in a seasoned brine. Instead of the seasoning, I tried adding institutional liquid smoke. Interesting taste, but my M8 seemed to think that it clashed with the seasoning in the breader and I agreed.