Steel Wool and elbow grease. Warm water, a little soap on the scouring pad and scrub scrub scrub til you get rid of the surface rust.
Once you get rid of all the surface rust rinse it out completely and dry with paper towels. Light spray with avocado oil or something with a high smoke point and into a 500 degree pre-heated oven to season. Make sure there’s just a light coating of oil.
Fits on a 22 inch Weber kettle with space to access the flip up grates to add coals on either side of the pan when it’s centered.
Instead of being a follower they should serve chicken thighs.
Wings are super expensive because every pub style restaurant basically has to have them on the menu. Chicken thighs cooked the same way have 5 times more meat and are generally 1/3 the price only because wings are trendy.
It’s chicken thigh season! While chicken wing prices are outrageous a way better option are chicken thighs. Always inexpensive in the markets and super easy to cook. Two super full charcoal baskets with the coals ripping and offset on the charcoal grate. Lay a large piece of foil next to it and under where you’ll place your chicken thighs. Take chicken out of package, Pat dry with paper towels, lightly coat with peanut and then your favorite rub. Arrange chicken on grill grate opposite the coals and over the foil so the foil catches the large amount of chicken fat drippings. Keep all vents wide open and let it rip for 40 minutes covered with top vent wide open. Uncover- sauce- recover for 7 minutes to let sauce set up. Done- enjoy!!!
It’s sooooo easy and sooooo satisfying. You gotta try it.
Leave a stick of butter (or more if you want to make a bunch) on the counter for at least a half hour to soften.
Put it in a bowl in the microwave for 12 seconds to soften further.
Cut into chunks in the bowl.
Mix in whatever herbs and seasonings you think would go well together.
I used finely chopped rosemary and thyme, crushed up and minced garlic, red pepper flakes, coarse black pepper and salt. (Use whatever appeals to you)
Then place it back on the butter wrapper and fold up and place back in the fridge for when you are ready to use it. Some people I see on youtube videos roll it up into tubes on parchment paper. It looks a little fancier but I didn’t have any.
It’s so simple I suggest you give it a whirl. I’m looking forward to experimenting with different ingredients and using it on some home cooked bread.