I made a friend last week that raises hogs all naturally in the Mountain Noir near our house. I told him I was looking for ribs to cook in KCBS competitions coming up in Europe this spring and summer. He hooked me up with these the other day.
I got up this morning and got busy. I fired up Tushka Myron Style.
"Wandered around looking for wood to cook with" and I found this old wine barrel.
I knocked off the rings and got out the trusty Stihl.
Whipped out my ribs
Rub them lightly with some Yardbird
On they went!
2.5hours later at 250 degrees
Wrapped them in Butchers paper and they are still on at 200 degrees for the rest of the day! Slow fat rendering goodness!
Backyard Disasters are my specialty.
"Tushka" The Black Warrior 24 x 50 offset by TuscaloosaQ, "Libby the Lion" L5000 gasser, and "Vanessa" my Vision Kamado Pro III & "Ruprecht" my Weber Gold OTG, Omar the WGA, and Sophia my WFO
Member KCBS, FBA, CBJ
Pitmaster at "Sultans of Sting" BBQ Team it's a French thing!