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Unread 02-20-2014, 09:55 PM   #1
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Default Beef Ribs, Corn and Spam

Nothing fancy... I hadn't smoked spam or bacon wrapped corn for quite awhile. Also wanted to try out a new rub from Brethren Tuscaloosa (Paul, thanks again!)

I rubbed some beef ribs with Dink's Beef Rub...




Seasoned the corn with Big Poppa's Jalapeno rub...



into the BPS drum with a kiss of mesquite...





After a few hours I added the corn and a Spam...



when the Spam "bloomed" I sprinkled it with brown sugar and cayenne...then spritzed with whiskey to make a glaze.





pulled the corn off when the bacon was crisp...pulled the ribs off when they were tender...





added a green sprig to make it look healthy...



Not sure if it's legal to serve meat with a side dish of meat, but no one complained. :)

Loved the Dink's...thanks again Paul!


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Looks great. I love your custom cooking grate.
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Love the SS BPS...I forgot yours was SS. Was it hard to drill yours out?

Great looking chow Jeanie! Those ribs look INCREDIBLE.
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I would become a vegetarian if I could wrap all my veggies with bacon!
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Everything about that post totally rocks. Period!
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Looks great. I love your custom cooking grate.
Thank you! I really like the grate. Matt and Meyer Metal Works made it. It's easy to keep clean and it's really heavy duty. He does nice work!

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Love the SS BPS...I forgot yours was SS. Was it hard to drill yours out?

Great looking chow Jeanie! Those ribs look INCREDIBLE.
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lol I think I would too.... thanks!!
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I wish my beef ribs look like that. Also I will have to try the corn this summer when mine is ready.
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I wish my beef ribs look like that. Also I will have to try the corn this summer when mine is ready.
Got the ribs from my butcher, his family raises beef so when I run out of mine, I eat theirs. Bet your home grown corn is excellent!
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Wow Jeanie that looks great. I have to try that bacon wrapped corn now after seeing yours.
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Wow Jeanie that looks great. I have to try that bacon wrapped corn now after seeing yours.
Jim thank you! I really liked the jalapeno rub on them too, added a nice kick.
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Yummy lookin meal! All the bones grew the same way this time.Musthavebeen a different steer/heifer.Ha! I still ain't sure bout them bones that go different ways. Thanks for sharing.I am gonna check your blog,I need a go to beef rib cook.Mine are not so good and I have a freezer full of them.Mine are always greasey. BTW,love the Spam.Good Eats!
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Yummy lookin meal! All the bones grew the same way this time.Musthavebeen a different steer/heifer.Ha! I still ain't sure bout them bones that go different ways. Thanks for sharing.I am gonna check your blog,I need a go to beef rib cook.Mine are not so good and I have a freezer full of them.Mine are always greasey. BTW,love the Spam.Good Eats!
lol Thanks Hoss! I'm not sure about those east-west ribs either. Kept my fingers crossed on these.
A couple of these ribs had quite a large fat cap, I chose the leaner one for me. I bet your ribs are awesome...probably home grown too. Thanks for the kind comment, good to see ya.
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Nice looking food there. You are an inspiration to me and many others! Thanks.
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Nice looking food there. You are an inspiration to me and many others! Thanks.
Marty, you are very kind! I can say the same about you... I love your cooks! Thanks Friend...
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Looks like the pullback went 1 way this time.
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