Kettle fried chicken

Joe V in TX

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That looks great Brad! I actually have some of that seasoning in our pantry, but have yet to try it. What I have used before is a seasoning called Kentucky Kernel.
 

Timothy F. Lewis

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The thing about this site is that an 8 year old thread is still apparently a fairly “vital” one! I snagged a bunch of the LCF stuff when one store was closing it out. Have yet to do this! Getting ready for an escape to the cottage and don't want to take one more thing in the “Chuck Box”! It probably weight in about 45 pounds already and, is stuff which may or may not be used up there. Maybe the weekend we get back!
 

timothy

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The thing about this site is that an 8 year old thread is still apparently a fairly “vital” one! I snagged a bunch of the LCF stuff when one store was closing it out. Have yet to do this! Getting ready for an escape to the cottage and don't want to take one more thing in the “Chuck Box”! It probably weight in about 45 pounds already and, is stuff which may or may not be used up there. Maybe the weekend we get back!
You got a Chuck Box ? Original? If so I'm jealous. My bud from work has one, made in Chicago IIRC and it's stamped with the name.

Tim
 

Timothy F. Lewis

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Tim, you give me a great honor which I do not deserve, I WISH, it were a real one but, that sounds better than “grub box” in learned company, as we have here. I take things from here which are more difficult to find north of the 45 parallel for whatever silly reason. Most likely, population density but, there is not a great choice in grocery stores without traveling for an hour or more.
Excellent butcher shop about twenty minutes from the cottage though! I will get my “Manly” 2.5” ribeye there unless, I get a tomahawk at Costco before I hit the road. They won’t be open when I like to leave so, the little guy wins this round (again!).
Besides, John the owner is a really nice fellow!
Here’s to the little guy! Plath’s in Rogers City or Petosky is worth a stop if any of you go that direction! Smoked loin spread, smoked fish. The Beans are pretty darned good too, they specialize in smoked pork goods.
Excellent Mettwurst! I will bring three home this year specifically for “Hasselbacking!”
 
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BillSmith

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Cool pictures of the grub box! That jog a memory that I did not think I had. When I was in the Boy Scouts, we had some of these boxes on camping trips. I think they were homemade versions though.
 

Timothy F. Lewis

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Brian, what’s STPP?
I’m thinking about some pickle juice brine on thighs, about noon, then following the dry, wet, dry breading method for dinner! On my Wisconsin visit in the near future, I am considering packing the “Vortex”, if tomorrows thighs are as good as I hope, it is a certainty!
 

Brian Trommater

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Brian, what’s STPP?
I’m thinking about some pickle juice brine on thighs, about noon, then following the dry, wet, dry breading method for dinner! On my Wisconsin visit in the near future, I am considering packing the “Vortex”, if tomorrows thighs are as good as I hope, it is a certainty!
Sodium triphosphate. It helps meat with moisture retention. Probably works better with injection but thought would try in brine.
 

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