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Unread 02-08-2010, 06:18 PM   #1
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Default I want to know what you guys think...

I'm 23 years old and I live in Maryland.
I just started smoking really with my new WSM (I couldn't wait for Spring to come around).

It just recently snowed 33in and I thought I should post some pics of my WSM in the snow.


I used two racks of Pork Spare Ribs.
And this Applewood rub that I mixed with about 1/4 bag of light brown sugar.

It seems to be going pretty good. I'll reply to this post with the final results and I'll show you the BBQ sauce I chose to use.
I went with two different kinds.
One spicy and one mild.

This is only my third time using the WSM. It's great and I'm loving it...

and it's only Winter!!


Let me know your guys thoughts on the storm and tips for the WSM 18.5" as well as any other helpful tips. Thanks.
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Unread 02-08-2010, 07:01 PM   #2
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Good looking ribs, how did the rub workout?
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I would ease up a bit on the brown sugar unless you like your ribs sweet. Plus the sugar can burn very easy.
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Noticed the door off the WSM. Did you have to keep it off to maintain temps or was it a temporary thing? Just curious with the outside temps probably being pretty cold. Any way, looks great but all that snow makes me love southern Arizona more all the time.
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Tasty looking! Snowmageddon who?
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Noticed the door off the WSM. Did you have to keep it off to maintain temps or was it a temporary thing? Just curious with the outside temps probably being pretty cold. Any way, looks great but all that snow makes me love southern Arizona more all the time.
just a temporary thing...

picture looked better that way.
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it'll be down around 11pm

good timing huh?

anyway, if i don't post the end results tonight,
they will definitely be up in the morning.

everything's going good so far.
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It looks pretty good to me!
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Get a Big Green Egg and it won't matter what it is doing outside because it holds the temps without a hinder.
Ditto on the sugar! Rub the ribs with EVOO and then apply the rub and let set for 4-5 hours before submerging into the WSM. This allows the meat to absorb the seasoning.
What's up with all that white crap on your patio???
It is always BBQ season where I live or wherever I am!

BTW I don't apply sauce to my ribs but if you have to, wait till the end of the smoke so the meat can really absorb some of that delicious smoke!
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Food looks good. Don't know about the rest of you but I'm sick of SNOW! I'm sick of this crappy cold weather and snow.
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looks good gotta say, Im up in cumberland MD, and my parents live in Gaithersburg MD, and got hit hard too, but I think cookin in that much snow is fun. I just cooked a brisket in my 30 inchs of snow.. no real pics cept the UDS smokin away, but it did happen
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THose Grillmates rubs are pretty good. I like the one made for pork. As for the snow...........I want nothing to do with that much snow. LOL!

Ribs looks great too!
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I have used some of thegrillmates stuff before - never the rubs but some of the other spice combos aare pretty good...

Snow ahh how do I mis thee - well the picture was enogh snow for me this year!
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Snow??? Is that what that white crap all over the place was???
We don't suffer that nuisance here in Sacramento!
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Great looking ribs!! I always wondered about the Grillmate Rubs...How's the flavor?
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