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Big Green Egg – BBQ Wings

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BBQ Wings are the perfect finger food for your any party! Nothing compares to grilled/smoked wings on the Big Green Egg. These are so easy and delicious that you will be the talk of the town.  My husband Cliff and I served these for our Super Bowl Party and they were such a hit!  We even made a deal with one of the guests to trade a batch for some really sweet steaks! We will let you know how they turned out soon.  Let’s get started.


5 lb. Bone-In Wing and Drummetts

Apple Smoking Chips (we used Big Green Egg)

Seasoning Rub (we used “Bone Sucking Sauce”)

Wing Basting Sauce (we used Moore’s BBQ)


Ranch and Blue Cheese Dressing for Dipping



Soak the apple chips in water or beer for an hour.

Wash and coat the wings with honey and seasoning rub.


Drizzled with honey and sprinkled with BBQ rub.

Crank up the Big Green Egg to about 250 degrees.

Smoke slow and low for about 1 hour.


Now we’re cookin’!

Turn up the heat on the Big Green Egg to 300 degrees.

Baste with your favorite BBQ sauce.

Rotate frequently.

Remove when desired crispness is reached.



We paired them with some celery, cherry tomato, and broccoli, and some Ranch and Blue Cheese dipping sauce.


Come and get it!

Let us know how your BBQ wings turned out. Happy grilling!

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Patricia Brown
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Originally from Brunswick County, Virginia, Patricia Perry Brown is a true Southern Girl. With five years of experience in Blackhawk's Lawn and Garden as well as Grilling departments, Trish loves to talk to customers about Big Green Egg and Weber grills. She can sell 'em AND build 'em and is truly passionate about grilling (yes, she's officially an Egg Head). A once-upon-a-time cake decorator, Trish enjoys baking and doing craft projects. With her diverse skillset, you might find her painting columns in the store, explaining to a customer how to prepare something on the grill or writing her blog, "Cooking with Cliff and Trish". Her constant goal is to be available to her customers with outstanding service and product knowledge, which undoubtedly explains why customers ask for her by name. Trish is the co-owner of T&D Banding, a local cankerworm tree banding service and is a freelance website designer.

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