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Unread 01-28-2013, 08:09 PM   #1
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Default smoked me some ribs yesterday

Saturday i was trollin the internet lookin for possibly a brine to try something different wit a couple racks of ribs. Ididn't find anything apealing ( but i did find this site by the way!) so i started looking for rubs and sauces to try. I found a basic Kansas city rub and matching sauce recipe. So i decided to try that (using the 321) I made the sauce and rub both saturday . I popped some burgers on the gas grill and tried out the sauce on them as a test run and was quite surprised . the only thing was i used just a little too much cayenne for most but it was to my liking. So i fired up old stinky and went to work yesterday morning on tearing off the membrane , puttin on the rub and all that goes with it. I used apple wood and charcoal and while they were in the foil i used some ash that i had cut down myself. when all was said and done i had done one of my best racks of ribs ever!! I can say this i've been smoking for 3 or 4 years now and have never used the same recipe twice. I will probably use this one again only modifying the sauce to taste. But i'm still looking for that one recipe
to call my own. One thing i like about this hobbie is i haven't stopped learning!!! Any ways this weekend i'll do a brisquet for the super bowl
( still looking for a good brisquet recipe to!!)
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Unread 01-28-2013, 08:20 PM   #2
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Sounds good but I live on pr0n.
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No pictures Oh glad you found the info you needed and it sounds like it turned out tasty! (we're just busting on you)
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Sorry bro, I'm a newbie here and still haven't figured out how to post pics yet , when i do there will be pr0n!!!
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No pictures Oh glad you found the info you needed and it sounds like it turned out tasty! (we're just busting on you)


I'ts all good
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What Johnny is saying is "pictures or it didn't happen!"

Glad to hear the ribs came out good. I suggest making notes about what you did and include comments about what you want to do differently next time. Easy to remember now but I need help with that when I finally get around to smoking the same thing again.

For brisket I really like Steve Raichlen's coffee rub. http://www.primalgrill.org/recipe_de...0&EpisodeID=19
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What Johnny is saying is "pictures or it didn't happen!"

Glad to hear the ribs came out good. I suggest making notes about what you did and include comments about what you want to do differently next time. Easy to remember now but I need help with that when I finally get around to smoking the same thing again.

For brisket I really like Steve Raichlen's coffee rub. http://www.primalgrill.org/recipe_de...0&EpisodeID=19

Understood about the pics!!! thanks for the brisquet tip , just printed that .
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I got busted by the "militant squatter" the other day......pics from now on for me !!!!
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A good, very simple brisket rub (that I also got from Steve Raichlen) is equal parts salt, pepper, and mustard powder.
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ok here's the pr0n ya'll was asking for , i didn't take any pics while they were in the rub but i did after they were done
and i just now figured out how to upload
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