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Old 01-13-2013, 10:09 AM   #1
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I bought six racks last weekend and cooked three Monday.


I'd already planned on doing the final three yesterday but the wife wanted to go out for sushi instead. There's a local spot that is outstanding....a couple of large Sapporros, tempura asparagus, some great tuna and salmon and I was fueled up for NFL action. The Broncos and Ravens game......WOW !

Anyway....two developments had me motivated to cook those last three slabs:

* Netflix find---just discovered they have 1st 15 episodes of BBQ Pitmasters
* The 1/15/13 "sell by date"

Got the membranes pulled and the bone side rubbed, flipped and letting the rub sink in while the fire is built.


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Old 01-13-2013, 10:10 AM   #2
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Gonna try to cook 'em up Johnny Trigg style.....actually Johnny Clay style. He's the one that schooled me on the power of the wrap. I'd never used foil for anything....nothing. I took foolish pride in that. After taking his advice, though, my ribs have never been better.

Now, I'm all about the results. If foil gets me there.....then so be it. :cheers:

Fired up the lump at 9:00am. I'm sold on the Wicked Good brand. Huge chunks that burn evenly and yield consistent temps throughout.

After the fire took, I closed it and rough adjusted the dampers.

Thirty mins later the dome temp was holding at 250. The rub was glazing nicely, too.

I dropped in some chunks of hickory and apple wood.





I set the smoking stone and water tray in place along with the gratings. I foiled the smaller top rack where the smallest slab went.



Two larger slabs fit on the bottom with my Temp probe between them.
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Old 01-13-2013, 10:11 AM   #3
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Ribs have been smoking heavily for the past hour.


Temp looking good & holding real well.


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Can't wait to see the results!
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Looks like your off to a good start... I liked the Trigg ribs when I made them the Tiger Sauce has a good flavor.
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Can't wait to see the results!
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Looks like your off to a good start... I liked the Trigg ribs when I made them the Tiger Sauce has a good flavor.
Tiger sauce FTW!!!



Watching the Master right now. Last episode of season one....rib cook off at Trigg's house.....


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Old 01-13-2013, 10:25 AM   #7
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Since I tried his ribs ive used Tiger Sauce on many things a great dipping sauce for just about anything.
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It really is tasty stuff.


I need to find a cheaper seller, though. My grocery store is a bit high.



Second hour and the Akorn is holding. Zero adjustments.




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Should be a nice treat for you to celebrate the Seahawks winning!

Looks like things are coming right along there!
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If you havent already tried it give this sauce a try its a steak sauce but it another sauce I use on many things. Ive been wanting to try it as a replacement for the Tiger Sauce to see how it comes out. It doesnt tast like your standard steak sauce.



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Looking good........and +1 on the Tiger Sauce.
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If you havent already tried it give this sauce a try its a steak sauce but it another sauce I use on many things. Ive been wanting to try it as a replacement for the Tiger Sauce to see how it comes out. It doesnt tast like your standard steak sauce.

Peter Luger Steak Sauce by Gourmet-Food: Amazon.com: Grocery & Gourmet Food
Fresh Market carries it locally here I like it but its heavy on horseradish I've never paired that with BBQ
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Should be a nice treat for you to celebrate the Seahawks winning!

Looks like things are coming right along there!


I gotta be honest.....I'm worried sick over the game. Falcons are LOADED with talent, but their playoff history.......argh!



2hrs 45mins in and I've touched nothing.....




Gotta go get the wraps ready.



Also, was surprised at the outcome of Johnny Trigg's Shootout.
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If you havent already tried it give this sauce a try its a steak sauce but it another sauce I use on many things. Ive been wanting to try it as a replacement for the Tiger Sauce to see how it comes out. It doesnt tast like your standard steak sauce.

Peter Luger Steak Sauce by Gourmet-Food: Amazon.com: Grocery & Gourmet Food
$20.99 shipping for a bottle that's $8.99, man they make a killing of shipping.

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Old 01-13-2013, 11:28 AM   #15
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Im sure you can find it local cheaper Giant Eagle here sold it for $5.99 a bottle


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