I cooked chicken wings this afternoon for Saturday lunch. This is becoming a relatively frequent favorite. I used Costco’s Wings, which include 6 packages, and cooked two of the packages, which makes a good amount for 2 or 3 hungry people. (Rachel and I ate almost all of them.) I have not yet tried the 10 pound bag of Kirkland Wings, but hope to soon. This was a 30 minute cook at 400 degrees, followed by a “dusting” with Kosmos Garlic Parmesan Wing Dust.

BBQ Log book documentation

  1. RecTeq RT-700 smoker preheated to 400 degrees.
  2. Smoker pellet hoppers loaded with GMG Premium Gold Pellets (I buy them locally at Norick’s True Value.)
  3. Frozen wings defrosted a couple hours submerged in cool water, then moved to the fridge.
  4. No binder or prep for the wings, put them directly on the grill.
  5. Cooked for 30 minutes.
  6. Tested temperature, looking for at least 165 degrees. Temps were in the 170s to 180s.
  7. Removed from the grill and put into a bowl, then lightly “dusted” with the Wing Dust.

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