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    Quote Originally Posted by Bob Correll View Post
    .. Andy's, for the breading...
    Thanks for sharing. I use Andy's for fish but don't recall seeing a chicken breading; I'll have to check on that this weekend. Well, maybe next weekend.

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    I’m guessing that “Drakes” is similar?
    I think that looks fantastic, I love crispy “fried” chicken!
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    I'm in on this one, Bob that chicken looks great.
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    Well, I believe that I’ll be doing this, too, next week, if things go well. This looks GREAT!

    I picked up some Louisiana Chicken Fry today at Walmart’s and am anxious to try it!

    Keep on smokin’,
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    Drakes is good, heck even Shake&Bake will work, but they don't have that kick like the OP's Louisiana Chick mix.
    You can doctor them up ( I do ) with Webers Kickin Chickin or something similar.

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    Thanks Tim, I’ll keep an eye out for the Louisiana mix
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    I tried this myself with a pack of thighs bone in, and even with making a few mistakes as stated here, they came very good, and moist, and pretty darn crispy.
    I want to do again with different mixes.
    And different peices of chicken. But this the way to make good chicken on the grill, without drying it out.

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    Finally got around to trying this tonight. Came out awesome. I put on some apple wood,and was really surprised you could barely taste the smoke. I did it with thighs. All the thighs my local store had were humongous. Next time i will find some smaller ones so there is more breading per piece. There will definitely be a next time.
    P.S. I used the Louisiana chicken mix,which is what I will use next time
    Last edited by Fred BW; 04-28-2018 at 05:18 PM.

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