spotted owl

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spotted owl

Post by College Boy » Sat Mar 22, 2008 12:56 pm

Does anyone know a good recipe for spotted owl? I think that it would probably be best on the grill, but how would you prepare it? With a rub? Sauce? Please tell.

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Re: spotted owl

Post by Marshwiggle » Sat Mar 22, 2008 1:30 pm

college boy wrote:Does anyone know a good recipe for spotted owl? I think that it would probably be best on the grill, but how would you prepare it? With a rub? Sauce? Please tell.

-Mike
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Post by Fatherducque » Mon Mar 31, 2008 8:09 am

Works good with a smoker. The all purpose "Super smoker sauce" on the Brinkmann website or the Jamaican Chicken Sauce are good. You can smoke them whole with the Super smoker sauce, but you really need to cut them up for the Jamaican Chicken sauce in order to marinate them properly.

Otherwise, par boil for about 30 minutes and use in place of chicken in my gumbo recipe.

I find they dry out to much on the grill.

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