Dry rubbed chicken tenders on the Smokey Joe with Rayz Jerk and Spice Cave Wind rubs

Grilled chicken tenders with dry rubs are one of my favorite ways to play with new rubs and seasonings.
Today we’re using Rayz Hot Dry Rub (jerk style) and Spice Cave’s Wind rub.

Rayz Hot Dry Rub and Spice Cave Wind seasoning

I use a heavy hand when applying rubs to my meats – much to the chagrin of Marilyn.

But I will admit at times I do go a little overboard. But in this case, I think the rubs really shined.

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See how easy it is to grill up a quick snack with some chicken tenders, some nice rubs, and your favorite grill?

Here are a few links to the products used in this video. Some may be affiliate links.

Weber Smokey Joe 14″: Weber Smokey Joe Grill

The Spice Cave Wind Rub: The Spice Cave

Rayz Hot Dry Rub: Rayz Jerk Jam website

iRig Mic Lavalier: iRig Lavalier Mic on Amazon

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BBQ Grills and Equipment Used at HotSauceDaily.com

Love the Weber Products

Currently, I’m only using Weber products and I’m strictly a charcoal guy for now.

The Kettle Grills

My main grill is the Weber 22.5″ One Touch Gold Kettle grill. That’s the “Blue Devil” pictured above.

It’s a classic, and the Gold version includes the no rust aluminum removable ash catcher. Very handy.

(Skip the One Touch Silver anything … it has the old style flat pan underneath to catch the ash. Messy and not convenient.)

I just learned they now have a 26.75″ Gold. What is up with Weber and the odd sizes?  Father’s Day is coming!

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My Smokey Joe Silver does indeed have the simple ash tray underneath, but it has served as a great starter for coals, or a warming chamber for the food. I’ve never actually grilled anything on it yet. It’s only a 14.5″ surface. It’s my lil’ warming buddy.

Weber Smokey Mountain Cooker 18.5"

Smoking on the Weber Smokey Mountain

My smoker is the Weber Smokey Mountain Cooker. A water/bullet smoker. The original 18.5″ size.

This baby holds a steady temp, with 2 18″ grates for plenty of room for food.

Weber Chimney Charcoal Starter

Grillin’ Tools and Incidentals

I have 2 Weber Chimneys I use to start the charcoals.

Maverick Redi-Check Remote Thermometer – food probe and air temp probe

I also keep a supply of cheap aluminum pans for liquids.

Kingsford Competition Briquets

Fuels Used Include Kingsford Competition Briquets

I’m  a big fan of the Weber Firestarters cubes. Way better than newspapers, and much less mess.

My charcoal of choice is now the new Kingsford Competition Briquets.

I also use Lump Charcoal from either Cowboy, or Royal Oak.

Smoking with Wood Chunks or Chips

Oak is my favorite, followed by cherry, apple, and hickory.

Mesquite can be harsh, I’ve not used it yet.

The Family

Here’s the Family out for a Sunday Cook: Click on the pic for the full panorama shot.
Panorama of the Family of Cookers

Well, that’s it. Those are my toys. If you have Weber grills and want to talk about them, leave me a Comment below.

Some great Weber resources are:
WeberNation.com
VirtualWeberBullet.com

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