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Unread 11-27-2012, 08:58 AM   #16
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Ive done Hickory and Apple. It was awesome. I am going to do Oak next and see how that is.
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I like pine......







ONLY KIDDING......oak is great with beef...
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French Oak Wine barrel staves are the best smoke for Prime Rib/Ribeye roasts.





Maple Mojobricks aren't bad either.



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^^^Brian, that looks killer!
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French Oak Wine barrel staves are the best smoke for Prime Rib/Ribeye roasts.





Maple Mojobricks aren't bad either.



Now that is how prime rib should look.

Swamprb do you mind telling me how you cook your prime ribs?

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hickory goes great with everything my favorite.

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Now that is how prime rib should look.

Swamprb do you mind telling me how you cook your prime ribs?

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will you come to OHIO just for the weekend b4 Christams- I have these Mojobricks which are an OAK AND CHERRY blend ( specially made for me) - and you can then show me in my brothers new WSM how to do that! that looks so good!
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Did mine last year with mesquite. LOVED it. Of course, I really like mesquite with beef. Oak ain't too bad either. If you can find some Jack Daniel's barrel stave chunks it would be even better. (I've been known to pay the exhorbitant cost for their little briquette bags just to get those chunks...)
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Did mine last year with mesquite. LOVED it. Of course, I really like mesquite with beef. Oak ain't too bad either. If you can find some Jack Daniel's barrel stave chunks it would be even better. (I've been known to pay the exhorbitant cost for their little briquette bags just to get those chunks...)
Hey G... I would have figured you more a pine 2x4 kind of guy.
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