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Unread 02-01-2010, 08:39 AM   #1
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Default Washing Machine Ribs and 100 lbs of Sausage

Well I went home to visit my parents over the weekend and make sausage. We made about 100 lbs of sausage...sorry not too many pictures of this...

Well when I was home, I convinced my dad to let me cook some ribs for them. I was only planning to cook some spares but he took 2 racks of spares and 2 racks of baby backs out of the freezer. Thanks to the brethren on Friday night, I had some general idea how to cook the baby backs...

Saturday morning I seasoned up the ribs with some Yardbird and fired up the washing machine (converted into a smoker). I quickly learned that trying to smoke ribs on this thing was going to be a PITA. It seemed that the temperature could swing 30 degrees in 20 minutes on that thing...oh well they turned out great! Here are some really poor cell phone pictures.
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Unread 02-01-2010, 08:45 AM   #2
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Here are a few pictures of the "smoker"
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Unread 02-01-2010, 09:31 AM   #3
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Looks good ... love the smoker, too!
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good looking ribs. Would love to see more pics of the smoker.
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WOW!
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Haha.... now THAT is some texas ingenuity!
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The ribs look good and that smoker is something else.
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That is farken great!!
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wow, that is ugly. UWMS! I highly recommend switching to a UDS - but that's my opinion. But if it makes bbq, go for it.
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First time seeing a washer as a smoker,cool set up.
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I think that's pretty awesome there!
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Thanks, I'm not sure how my dad got the idea to turn a washing machine into a pit, but it works. It will also wear you out, if you try to keep a somewhat constant temp for any period of time. We were making sausage while I was trying to cook ribs and the temp varied from 190 all the way up to 290...but they still turned out great
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You're dad needs to hook up with Norco.
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Talk about recycling man that is an awsome Idea!!!!!!!!!!!!!1

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You could put Myron's trash can smoker out of business if you started manufacturing the washing machine smoker...that thing is awesome.
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