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Old 07-21-2013, 08:37 PM   #1
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I want thank everyone that help me with my questions this past week. Today i put my thermometer
on the grate level. Then i cooked the butt and rubs at 275 then i cooked the butt until it was 200 then wrapped in foil and theb towel and put it away for about 3 hours. Then i cooked the ribs for about 3 hours then i foiled them for another 1 hour to 30 mins
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Looks like you nailed it. Nice job.
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Looking good. Tell us about that apple ale...
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Looking good. Tell us about that apple ale...
I just picked some up and its pretty good i am not much of a big beer drinker
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Old 07-21-2013, 09:08 PM   #7
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nice looking meat, good job
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Great Job..... Looks great.

Is the red apple ale a hard cider? maybe add some to the glaze.
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Looks like a great cook from here!

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Great Job..... Looks great.

Is the red apple ale a hard cider? maybe add some to the glaze.
Not sure if it is or not how can you tell?
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Old 07-22-2013, 09:02 AM   #11
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Buy me one I'll tell ya in a second, I make hard cider hic-up brrrerp
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If you like Red's...try Angry Orchard...nom nom.
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Turned out nice! Good job!
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Great looking cook - good job. Now just work on the beer drinking.
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I will have to give that a try
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