|Justin serves up a Disney turkey leg.|
For me, the legs are pretty large and even the fresh turkey legs available in our butcher's meat case are more than we can eat. Some folks do split up the Disney version and surely they are enough for 2-3 people. But turkey wings, on the other hand, are just about right to serve one per person. So that's why I make the wings instead of the legs.
It's really a simple method, which is just to rub the wings with olive oil and then sprinkle them with a dry barbecue rub. This is a perfect time to use the extra rub I encouraged you to make in June. Just follow the link if you don't have any rub on hand. Rub the wings generously and place them in a sealed storage back, then refrigerate them for four hours (minimum) or overnight (better.)
On cooking day, heat the grill to only moderately hot (about 300F degrees). Place the wings on the lightly oiled grates (to prevent sticking) and let them slowly cooking for about an hour.
|"The Sweetest Meat is Closest to the Bone"|