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Pitmaster T 06-23-2011 10:07 PM

Pitmaster T Video Series - Hot RIBS - ǝɔuǝıɹǝdxǝ ǝʇɐɯıʇln ǝɥʇ - RIBS Fast
 
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˙ʇno ʎǝuoɥƃıd ɹıǝɥʇ dǝǝʍ oʇƃǝq ʎǝɥʇʇuıod ʇɐɥʇʇıɥ sqıɹ uǝɥʍ ˙033 uɐɥʇɹǝɥƃıɥ ou puɐ 062 ǝʌoqɐɟo dɯǝʇǝsnoɥɐ s’ʇı ǝsɐɔʎɯ uı os 'uɐɔ noʎ sɐʎlʇuǝıɔıɟɟǝ puɐʇsɐɟ sɐ sǝǝɹƃǝp 071 oʇ dɯǝʇɹɹnoʎ dn ƃƃɹq sǝɹınbǝɹ ssǝɔoɹd sıɥʇ ˙ssǝɔoɹd ʞɔınb ǝɥʇʇuǝɯıldɯoɔ puɐʇuǝɯƃnɐ oʇ pǝʞɐǝʍʇ uǝǝq sɐɥ qnɹǝɥʇ ˙ǝɔǝɹd ǝq ʇou ʎɐɯ sƃɥʇ os ǝuo ǝƃɹɐl ɹǝɥʇɐɹɐ 'ɹǝʞoɯs pooʍ llɐ uɐɹoɟ pǝɯıʇdo sı sıɥʇ
˙noʎɥʇıʍǝnbıuɥɔǝʇɥʇǝɹɐɥs uɐɔ ı ʇɐɥʇʎʇıɹoɥʇnɐʇsǝɥƃıɥɥɯoɹɟʇı ǝʌɐɥ ı os ˙ɐʇsıs ’oʎɹo ɐɯɯɐɯ ’oʎʎlqɐqoɹd sı uʍoʇ oʇǝɯoɔǝɥ uǝɥʍ uo zʇıɹds ɐuuoƃǝɥƃɥʇʎluo ǝɥʇ puɐǝɯıʇǝɥʇ llɐʞɔǝɥɔ 'doɯ 'sƃuɐɥʇ dɐɹʍ oʇǝɯıʇ ou ʇoƃʇ’uıɐʎppɐpdod ˙uʍoʇ oʇ uʍoʇ lǝʌɐɹʇ noʎ uǝɥʍ pɐoɹǝɥʇ uo spɹɐzɐɥǝʌɐɥ uɐɔǝɯıʇǝɥʇ llɐ uoıʇɔnpǝs ɟo uɐʇlns ǝɥʇƃǝq




˙sı ʇı ǝɹǝɥ os puɐ sqıɹʇsɐɟ puɐʇoɥʇnoqɐʞʍɐnbs ǝɯ uǝǝs ǝʌɐɥ noʎ
˙ʞunɟǝɥʇʇnoqɐʞlɐʇ uɐɔǝʍʍou puɐ llɐɥǝɥʇ pǝʇıxǝǝʌɐɥ ssǝlʞunɟ uǝɹɥʇǝɹq ɹno uoıʇɔnpoɹʇǝɥʇɥʇıʍʇɐɥʇʞɥʇ ı llǝʍ


¡uʍoɹq sǝɯɐɾǝuo ɹǝqɯnu ɐɥʇnɹq lnos puɐ plɹoʍǝɥʇɟo ɹǝpuoʍɥʇ8 ǝɥʇ 'lnos ɟo ɹǝɥʇɐɟ poƃǝɥʇ 'ǝʇıɯɐuʎp ˙ɹɯ 'ssǝupıq ʍoɥs uı uɐɯ ’uıʞɹoʍʇsǝpɹɐɥǝɥʇ 'ʇuǝɯɐʇɹǝʇuǝ ˙ɹɯ 'ʇuǝɯǝʇıɔxǝ ˙ɹɯ 'sı ǝɥǝɹǝɥ 'uǝɯǝlʇuǝƃ puɐ sǝıpɐl

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                Pitmaster T Series - Weep 'em and Read (Success with No Foil High Heat Ribs).wmv                         

poɥʇǝɯɹʇsɐɟ puɐʇoɥ - pɐǝɹ puɐɯǝ‘ dǝǝʍʎppɐpdod


Pitmaster T's Weep ‘Em and Read - Hot and Fast Rib Method


Ladies and Gentlemen, here he is, Mr. Excitement, Mr. Entertainment, The Hardest Workin’ Man in Show Bidness, Mr. Dynamite, The God Father of Soul, The 8th Wonder of the World and Soul Brutha Number One –

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James Brown!

Well I think that with the Introduction Our Brethren Funkless have Exited the Hall and Now we Can Talk about the Funk.

You have seen me squawk about Hot and Fast Ribs and So here it is.


Being the Sultan of Seduction all the time can have hazards on the road when you travel town to town. Popdaddy never had any time to wrap thangs, mop, check all the time and the only thing he ever spritzed on when he come to town is probably hair spray. So, now that he has departed, I can share this technique with you.


This is optimized for an all wood smoker, a rather large one so things may not be precise. The Rub has been tweaked to augment and compliment the quick process. This process requires bringing up your rib temp to 170 degrees as fast and efficiently as you can, so in my case it’s a house temp of above 260 and no higher than 330. When Ribs hit that point they begin to weep their pig honey out.



We don’t want to lose that honey as we are not wrapping in foil so we need to preserve as much as we can get. We also need to make sure the pig honey is drawn back in at a precise time. So…. Right BEFORE the time we have the ribs fully weeping we need to be sure our fire is mostly coals and no unburned material. The reason why is because we are going to trap those ribs in that Smokey environment by shutting off all the air getting in AND out of the pit for a time. This gradual cooling will draw that juice back in, gently finish off the ribs and make for a good barky juicy rib with lots of flavor.

There are some things we don’t want to do. We do not want to trim the sinew. Sure you can once you try it with it on first, but for now leave it on. At these temps the moisture loss is bigger than the flavor loss. In fact, I really don’t see any flavor loss with the sinew off in this case. In the 3 – 2 – 1 method I do.

We don’t want to do a lot of peeking. We can flip though if we want. But no mopping or spritzing – it lowers the temp of the ribs on their quick rise to the weep stage.

Now in the weeping method we benefit from limited exposure from smoke. These ribs tend to be smoked to a point where your rub and the smoke compliments the meat instead of shadowing it. Basically, foiling reduces the exposure to the smoke and limits drying. But in high temp smoking we smoke so fast nothing gets a chance to dry out – if you’re careful.

The rub is special too. I am using my Popdaddy’s Butt Glitter (which is a low salt ratio Rubb) along with a final Sprinkle of Atomic Dog to raise the Salt level Up and create a great Bark. I have good luck with using the Hit Me Fred too but a thin coating of your favorite flavored mustard will do. THIN! Trying this method with other rubs (especially High Salt ones) can end in failure and disillusionment. Also, letting the ribs sit overnight is not good.



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jestridge 06-23-2011 10:19 PM

Don't mess with our ribs!!!!

Pitmaster T 06-23-2011 10:23 PM

u see the lead in... theres a special insert --- from a special member here... in fact you could say someones member is close to my wife's slot. LOL

deathamphetamine 06-23-2011 11:24 PM

I just did some high heat ribs, no higher than 325, lower than 275, they turned out fan farkin tastic!:thumb: I'm down with the weep baby!

NorthwestBBQ 06-23-2011 11:51 PM

There's a video here?

Pitmaster T 06-24-2011 07:13 AM

Phil is working on it... till then...

Pitmaster T Series - Weep 'em and Read (Success with No Foil High Heat Ribs).wmv

Boshizzle 06-24-2011 09:32 AM

Jour weeping ribs look hkot hkot hkot!

jason 06-24-2011 09:47 AM

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We don’t want to lose that honey as we are not wrapping in foil so we need to preserve as much as we can get. We also need to make sure the pig honey is drawn back in at a precise time. So…. Right BEFORE the time we have the ribs fully weeping we need to be sure our fire is mostly coals and no unburned material. The reason why is because we are going to trap those ribs in that Smokey environment by shutting off all the air getting in AND out of the pit for a time. This gradual cooling will draw that juice back in, gently finish off the ribs and make for a good barky juicy rib with lots of flavor.
How do you know when you are fully weeping?

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There are some things we don’t want to do. We do not want to trim the sinew. Sure you can once you try it with it on first, but for now leave it on.
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Is the sinew the membrane on the back of the ribs?

Pitmaster T 06-24-2011 10:05 AM

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Originally Posted by jason (Post 1684967)
How do you know when you are fully weeping?



Is the sinew the membrane on the back of the ribs?

How do you know when a bag of popcorn is cooking at its most intense point in the microwave? Of course you could open the microwave and look but that would slow the popcorn popping right>

Yes the sinew is that. Of course in competition you better remove it either before smoking or before presentation.

---k--- 06-24-2011 01:39 PM

Thanks. Glad to see all the old favorites coming back online.

Bigmista 06-24-2011 02:21 PM

Loving that Buddy Guy!

Pitmaster T 06-24-2011 04:50 PM

The companion to this is coming up... the old Dalmatian Flea Powder Video

Pitmaster T 06-24-2011 09:04 PM

Its Up!

No one still has not noticed the "Mad" little thingy I stuck in the intro.LOL

Pitmaster T 06-25-2011 02:45 PM

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Originally Posted by Pitmaster T (Post 1685473)
The companion to this is coming up... the old Dalmatian Flea Powder Video


Its Up

Pitmaster T's Quickies Dalmatian Flea Powder for Ribs

SmokinAussie 06-25-2011 05:54 PM

I'm cryin' me a River watchin that... it's soo beautiful!

Cheers!

Bill


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