In the what's for lunch thread, I mentioned grilling chicken mcnuggets. It was just a thought to warm up some leftover nuggets and have them be edible. I considered it successful, especially over just popping them in the microwave. In fact, I liked them better than fresh from McDonald's. Well, in keeping with the theme (and under the influence of lots of alcohol) some leftover Krispy Kreme doughnuts found their way to the smoker. The coals were cooling off after cooking some ribeyes, so a couple pieces of pecan wood was tossed in. Once it got good and smoky in there, the doughnuts were put on. They stayed for about 5 minutes each side. Let me just say, if you care anything for a KK doughnut, this process took them to a whole nother level! They had a tougher exterior, similar to a bagel (which I like) but the inside was still soft. Also, the glaze formed a shell from caramelizing. The bonus was the light smoke flavor. Please excuse the sorry cell phone pic, but it was the best I could do, under the circumstances.