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Old 06-27-2012, 05:37 PM   #1
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Default Little Dick's oaky-schmoke babybacks (pr0n)

Greetings,

As I stated earlier, the WSM did the best job to date at holding temperature. With a little fiddling, I was able to stay between 260-275F.

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Today I was excited to schmoke a rack of babyback ribs. First, since they are a rack that I got from a new source and I was eager to try them. Second, I got some cast-off white oak bucket staves and would be using them for schmoke!




...kinda chubby babybacks, fatter at one end...$2.99/.lb...



...addition of the oh-so-yummy Simply Marvelous Sweet & Spicy



...after cruisin' the sweet oak schmoke for four hours





...gratuitous rib shots!

They could have gone a wee bit longer on the WSM, but it was getting late and we were hungry. I must say, I am VERY happy with oak wood, very subtle schmoke flavor. Mrs. Little Dick likes the babybacks over my usual St. Louis cuts.

Thanks for looking and I welcome comments/suggestions.

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Old 06-27-2012, 06:19 PM   #2
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yummy lookin to me! pass me a few bones worth!
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I'd take the whole rack ..........
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Lookin good !!!
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meat looks great do not like the color of the bark
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meat looks great do not like the color of the bark
Thanks for the input...what don't you like about the color of the bark?

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Is this any better? In the first pictures I posted, the bark DOES look dark/burnt.

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Is this any better? In the first pictures I posted, the bark DOES look dark/burnt.

money that looks great
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