New guy from Delaware

Delaware guy

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I picked up an Ironwood 650 last month and I'm really enjoying it. I've noticed that I tend to overthink and therefore overcook things, but have otherwise had great success! So far I've cooked a total of four spatchcocked chickens, a spatchcocked turkey, a pork roast, a london broil and a brisket. All very tasty.... I'm still struggling to get a crispy skin on the poultry. Altogether it's been fun and tasty!
 

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Welcome to the forum!
 

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I picked up an Ironwood 650 last month and I'm really enjoying it. I've noticed that I tend to overthink and therefore overcook things, but have otherwise had great success! So far I've cooked a total of four spatchcocked chickens, a spatchcocked turkey, a pork roast, a london broil and a brisket. All very tasty.... I'm still struggling to get a crispy skin on the poultry. Altogether it's been fun and tasty!
Welcome. You will have more success if you buy a set of grillgrates. I fire up to 500 degrees, put chicken thighs on the plancha side for about 4-5 minutes to brown and crisp, then lower the temp to 425 degrees, flip the thighs skin side up and finish on the regular grates.
 

primeone

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I picked up an Ironwood 650 last month and I'm really enjoying it. I've noticed that I tend to overthink and therefore overcook things, but have otherwise had great success! So far I've cooked a total of four spatchcocked chickens, a spatchcocked turkey, a pork roast, a london broil and a brisket. All very tasty.... I'm still struggling to get a crispy skin on the poultry. Altogether it's been fun and tasty!

Welcome to the forum @Delaware guy - Congrats on the new rig! 🍻

Check out this thread for some tips with Chicken Wings:
 

John S.

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If you are over cooking get a FireBoard that should resolve the issue...
 

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