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Old 09-22-2019, 09:54 AM   #1
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So it begins. I went ahead and did a burn in of my smoker. Let it cool down then started It back up. This will be my first time smoking meat. I am starting off with some baby back ribs. Will also be doing some chicken along with corn on the cob. Will smoke the ribs for 15 mins on the smoke setting then turning it up to 225. Trying the 3-2-1 method. When the ribs are under 2 hours, I will put the chicken on then the corn with an hour to go. Will spritz the ribs every hour as needed.

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Old 09-22-2019, 10:03 AM   #2
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Will smoke the ribs for 15 mins on the smoke setting then turning it up to 225. Trying the 3-2-1 method. When the ribs are under 2 hours, I will put the chicken on then the corn with an hour to go.
Sounds like you've got a great day ahead!

As a reminder, the 3-2-1 method is typically used for pork spare ribs, so those baby backs will probably be a bit "over done" with that sort of timing.

Here's a great discussion of the topic linked from KCquers ROADMAP to the QTALK forum.

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Good luck on your first smoke. I'd go 2-1-1

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Old 09-22-2019, 12:35 PM   #4
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Two and a half hours in. Just put the chicken in and gave the ribs another spritz. They are looking delicious. I am using Pit Boss Competition blend wood pellets. Here are the rubs I used. Another 30 minutes and I will wrap the ribs.

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Time to wrap the ribs. Went ahead and drizzled honey on the ribs. Put brown sugar on top of that. Then added some butter and apple cider spritz. Folded the foil and placed back in the smoker. Went ahead and put a couple of potatoes in the smoker. Rubbed them with olive oil and salt then wrapped them in foil.

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Looks great so far.
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Doing a rack of spare and a rack of baby back on my PBC too. Those look great. Happy eating!
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Here is the finished product. Turned out great for my first time. Was the best chicken I have ever cooked. The ribs where also good. Did not sauce the ribs, just ate with the rub only. Could have cooked the ribs a little while longer though, or at a little higher temp. Did have one travesty though, as I was putting leftovers up, the chicken fell onto the floor. Was only able to eat 5 of th 10 pieces. Wife was not happy with me.

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Looks great, no 5 second rule in your house?
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Grub looks great, man.

Free-range BBQ chicken, eh?

Yeah, my wife would cry fowl, too.
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congrats on your first cook! looks like you got some great results!
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Well done! Welcome to the club!
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Looks great! Copperhead cooks really good chicken and ribs. I also use Pit Boss Competition Blend pellets with mine.

If you foil the water pan, it will probably make cleanup little easier.
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Hope you enjoyed the process and result of your first cook.
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