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Old 03-22-2018, 04:03 PM   #1
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Default Ribs cooked 3 ways side by side (foil, paper, unwrapped)

Last week I went down and hung out with T-roy Cooks, James from Aim em and Claim em smokers (channel & bbq team), and David from Adrenaline BBQ Company. We shot a video for Dave in the morning and then he had to catch a flight so he only makes a brief cameo.

After that we cooked 3 racks of spare ribs side by side on Troy's Yoder offset smoker. After 4 hours we wrapped one rack in foil and one rack in butcher paper (and left the 3rd alone). A couple hours later we unwrapped them, sauced them, and then did a taste test. The results were a lot different than I was expecting.

Warning: This video has a nice chill vive to it but it IS longer than average but the reason is there was a lot of good info so I had a hard time trimming it down. I did manage to cut out about 8 minutes via the use of time lapses but I hated doing it because there was some good commentary...it just wasn't necessary. Also the taste test test scene was long but again, you kinda get to experience it as we do. I figure if you are willing to click on a 22 minute video, you probably won't mind. lol

Anyways, I hope you guys enjoy it.

https://youtu.be/KYC9FDQhbM4
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Old 03-22-2018, 04:33 PM   #2
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Very interesting. I wouldn't have expected the outcome y'all had.
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Old 03-22-2018, 04:40 PM   #3
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Me neither. Very weird.
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Old 03-22-2018, 04:42 PM   #4
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I did a no wrap, foil plain, and foil with butter brown sugar honey.

most of my guests liked the no wrap the best
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I'd love to hear about the results.
Don't have the 22 minutes to spare.
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Old 03-22-2018, 05:28 PM   #6
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Nice video.

Id like to see each method done independent. Its like you modified the cook plan to work for all three instead of making a specific cook plan for each method. Its almost like in the effort to go head to head compromises were made to each process.

Now i know this would be very hard to do logistically and may even add more varibles. Anyway still appreciate the work yall put into this
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Great Job Jason 'er Justin. Thanks for posting another great and very informative video.
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I kind of did this on this past weekend. I wrapped two baby racks and just let a rack of St Louie alone. I wrapped with honey, brown sugar and butter. The St Louis rack I continued to spritz with apple juice and added rub throughout the day. Hands down the wrapped ribs were the best. Everybody agreed. Smoked with Cherry and Hickory.
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I tried butcher paper once. I'd swear we could taste the paper.
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Sure, after I buy butcher paper. Still eager to try it
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I tried butcher paper once. I'd swear we could taste the paper.
Probably because you tried the paper
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I can't believe after 4 hours of smoke, 1.5 hours wrapped that it wasn't pulled pork.
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Probably because you tried the paper
Nope.
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Old 03-22-2018, 07:38 PM   #14
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I really enjoyed the video and all 3 of y’all are great. As a foil, turned naked, turned BP guy, this was really unexpected. I certainly think you conducted a fair test, but, honestly, I’d like to hear y’all address rack-to-rack variation. Maybe you considered that in your ratings and I just didn’t pickup on that. On the video I couldn’t see much difference in bark but I *thought* the some ring on 1 rack (can’t remember which one) looked different.

Thanks for confusing my world guys. Not sure what to do on this weekend’s cook. Thanks a lot... :-)



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Old 03-22-2018, 08:19 PM   #15
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Can i get the TLDR; text version?
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