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Unread 06-13-2011, 12:50 AM   #1
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Throw some ribs on Friday night and chilled in the backyard! Listen to the Royals win one!






I think I got this photobucket thing down.....
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You certainly have ribs down, nice job!
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You certainly have ribs down, nice job!
Thanks Norm, I've been practicing my St. Louis Spares! Thought I would share some pics.
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Those spares look awesome! How long did you cook them and at what temp?
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Only one rack?
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Those spares look awesome! How long did you cook them and at what temp?
Thanks Sunra, the temp was 275 direct for 3.5 hours and in foil for 2.5
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Only one rack?
Yeah just a test slab, I've been Jerry-sealing my Firebox with foil. Got a nice 7 hour burn from my charcoal basket though....
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Yeah just a test slab, I've been Jerry-sealing my Firebox with foil. Got a nice 7 hour burn from my charcoal basket though....
That's a really good burn time. The ribs look real good and juicy. Have you ever tried with no foil. I used to foil all the time. I love the bark. They don't get dry (I like a fast 275-300 cook) and dang but foil sure is expensive these days.
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What exactly did you do with the foil in your firebox to get a 7 hour burn? I'd sure like to get a burn for that long in my offset.
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What exactly did you do with the foil in your firebox to get a 7 hour burn? I'd sure like to get a burn for that long in my offset.
When I get around to it I'm going to write a thread about my ghetto off-set Mods. First of you need a charcoal basket that fits in you firebox. I had mine custom made at a Custom Smoker shop in town here. I used the foil to seal up a the air leak in my firebox, mine has three doors with the ashtray on the bottom. So there are multiple places for air to leak in and rage up the coals. Foil is just a cheap and forgiving way to seal the firebox. Thanks to BBQ brother Jorge for that tips.
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When I get around to it I'm going to write a thread about my ghetto off-set Mods. First of you need a charcoal basket that fits in you firebox. I had mine custom made at a Custom Smoker shop in town here. I used the foil to seal up a the air leak in my firebox, mine has three doors with the ashtray on the bottom. So there are multiple places for air to leak in and rage up the coals. Foil is just a cheap and forgiving way to seal the firebox. Thanks to BBQ brother Jorge for that tips.
Thanks for the tip. Look forward to reading your thread when you get around to it.
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That's a really good burn time. The ribs look real good and juicy. Have you ever tried with no foil. I used to foil all the time. I love the bark. They don't get dry (I like a fast 275-300 cook) and dang but foil sure is expensive these days.
Shout Que'in is expensive brother; I have tried ribs with no foil but in my opinion I like the foil. As much as people will probably hate this I like my ribs almost but not quite off the bone, and I like the way that the foil makes this happen pretty consistly. I prefer bark on my shoulders or Butts; ribs a light bark is cool for me. I'm more into tenderness and taste when it comes to my ribs. I don't compete so I don't really care about some chewy bit marks left behind and so on..... Thanks for you kind words MoJo
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nice job paddy, they look awsome:D
you got the recipe also?
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nice job paddy, they look awsome:D
you got the recipe also?
Thanks smokeraddict, sure here goes:

Rub with vegetable oil sprinkle with Yardbird, let sit for 30 mins.
One fistful of apple wood
Fire-up indirect to 225 and let raise to 275 direct smoke for 3 to 3 1/2 hours

Make paste of:
Margarine
Brown sugar
Apple juice
Dash of Garlic powder
Dash of yardbird
Honey
Table Spoon of Allegro hot and spicy marinade

Slather Ribs with Paste
Wrap in double foil quickly
Back on for 2 to 2 1/2 hours at 275
Then check tenderness
You can throwback on direct if you want for like 30 mins I'm not sure if this step is needed
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Thnx for the recipe im gonna try them soon:)
yesterday i made my first fatty:)
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