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Unread 04-11-2013, 08:24 AM   #1
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Default Saturday's cook

a little late in the week, I know..just been busy.

3 slabs of ribs, some fattys, and smoked cream cheese for a dip.












slow rolled 'em about 4 hours at 215-225... with hickory.
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Looking good. I think it's time for ribs
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Looks delicious.
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Nice looking ribs .....
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Thought I smelled something tasty coming from your way Matt!
Looks great!!
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I'll take a slab please!
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Yummmmmm!

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Never tried smoked Cream Cheese??? What did you dip in it?
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Looks tasty!
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Thats some good looking grub. What did you add in your dip?
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Looks great. Thanks for taking the time to post this.
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Smoked cream cheese?! Please do tell how you did this.
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Smoked cream cheese?! Please do tell how you did this.
All I did was put the cream cheese in the baking pan and put it in the smoker and let it absorb the smoke.

The dip was a mixture of the cream cheese, the fatties (chopped up) and Ro-Tel tomatoes... next time I might add a little cheddar to it or something.. but it was gobbled up by the folks pretty quickly.
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