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Old 10-12-2012, 01:52 PM   #1
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Default Some 3-1-1 Camp Spares

I went camping last week. Used my little charcoal cooker for most meals. (campfires were not allowed)




remaining hot coals from breakfast cooking...



Spares with SM Season All...







smoked for 3 hours... (turned and rotated several times while cooking)



foiled for 1 hour with beef stock, onion and granulated garlic...




watched for pull back on the bone. I'm not fond of "fall of the bone" ribs... I like a little bit of a bite.










unfoiled for 1 hour....







heated pot of beans with bacon, onion and spices..





and sauced the ribs for the last 30 minutes or so..









3-1-1 spares with beans and slaw..






This was the first time I did spares on this cooker. It worked pretty well, I added a few hot coals one time during the 5 hr cook.

The week of camping was fun.

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Old 10-12-2012, 01:58 PM   #2
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That looks like a cool cook Jeanie, and a classic camp meal.
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That looks like a cool cook Jeanie, and a classic camp meal.
Thank you Bob! Most of the time it's quiet out there... I love it.
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Lookin' good Jeanie, that's my kind of meal right there!
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Looks awesome Jeanie!! For some reason camp food always tastes better, at least for me it does. I guess it has something to do with the atmosphere or just a change from the norm. Cheers!!!
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Wow, great view, great food, I need a vacation - a problem since I recently got back from mine.
Wondering about your camping BBQ? Who makes it? My smokey joe seems pretty small right now.
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As always:

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Looks awesome Jeanie!! For some reason camp food always tastes better, at least for me it does. I guess it has something to do with the atmosphere or just a change from the norm. Cheers!!!
Hamilton I agree... anything tastes great when camping.. even bologna on a stick. lol Thank you!!



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Wow, great view, great food, I need a vacation - a problem since I recently got back from mine.
Wondering about your camping BBQ? Who makes it? My smokey joe seems pretty small right now.
Thank you Burnt! I need to go again too. :)
The grill was made by a friend, it was a gift. I really like it but it's almost too heavy for me to move around.
This trip I used the heck out of it and really liked how it performed.
Thank you again!



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Nice pr0n as usual. Cool little cooker you got there!
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Great work as always Jeanie!
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Great work as always Jeanie!
What ^^^ said!
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nice job looks like you had a gr8 time
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That right there is some great camping eats!
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Bee-yuuu-tiful!!
So want to be there....
The ribs look perfect for mine, and the meal glorious!
What is that green vegetable, is that a pickled___?..looks almost like okra?
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I be all over that!
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