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Old 10-16-2015, 02:32 PM   #1501
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How do beef ribs turn out on the PBC? The gf has requested that I do some soon.
In my experience I've found beef is one of my favorite things to cook on the PBC. I've done tri-tip, beef ribs, and brisket and all turned out awesome! I've only done beef ribs once. I needed to cook them a tad longer than I did and I forgot to pull off the membrane. Unlike pork ribs, it's pretty important to take off the membrane from beef ribs. The flavor was outstanding and I've been wanting to do them again.
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Old 10-16-2015, 03:09 PM   #1502
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Andrew you're making me hungry for some beef ribs. Only done then once and they were not very meaty, but the flavor was great. Need to find a good supply here in St. Louis. Doing pork ribs and chicken today.
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Old 10-16-2015, 03:17 PM   #1503
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Andrew you're making me hungry for some beef ribs. Only done then once and they were not very meaty, but the flavor was great. Need to find a good supply here in St. Louis. Doing pork ribs and chicken today.
Yeah mine weren't very meaty either. I've been looking for some thicker ones to try for next time. They still tasted great like you said!

One thing I wanted to add, I double hooked mine. I think they could fall if I didn't.
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Old 10-16-2015, 03:27 PM   #1504
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It this what you are referring to? The wife got me a PBC for fathers day a couple months back and it didn't have this.

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Had some family visiting last weekend from No. Cal. Did a Pork Butt on Sat. and a 14 lb brisket on Sun., burnt ends and all. It was delicious.

Only bad part about it was I didn't take any pics.
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Old 10-16-2015, 03:49 PM   #1506
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It this what you are referring to? The wife got me a PBC for fathers day a couple months back and it didn't have this.

http://pitbarrelcooker.com/product/attachable-ash-pan
The ash pan is something Pit Barrel Co. recently started selling. It's considered an accessory so it still doesn't come with the PBC kit.
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I definitely gonna pick up an ash pan very soon. After cleaning the ashes out today, I can guarantee ash pan will make clean up way easier.

I got chicken goin in it right now and am pumped about seeing if PBC chicken is as good as they say it is!!
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I definitely gonna pick up an ash pan very soon. After cleaning the ashes out today, I can guarantee ash pan will make clean up way easier.

I got chicken goin in it right now and am pumped about seeing if PBC chicken is as good as they say it is!!
Hey Deebo I forgot to tell you one thing about chicken. Crack the lid on the PBC about an inch the last 15-20 minutes of the cook to raise the temp. It'll get your skin crispy and yummy!
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Hey Deebo I forgot to tell you one thing about chicken. Crack the lid on the PBC about an inch the last 15-20 minutes of the cook to raise the temp. It'll get your skin crispy and yummy!
I think I read that back on page 60something. Thanks for the reminder. I'll do that for sure!
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I definitely gonna pick up an ash pan very soon. After cleaning the ashes out today, I can guarantee ash pan will make clean up way easier.

I got chicken goin in it right now and am pumped about seeing if PBC chicken is as good as they say it is!!
Be sure to post some pics and let us know how it went. Will be pulling ribs and chicken off soon myself.
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Be sure to post some pics and let us know how it went. Will be pulling ribs and chicken off soon myself.
Pics or it didn't happen
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Be sure to post some pics and let us know how it went. Will be pulling ribs and chicken off soon myself.
Sooooo.......I'm gonna have to start this post off with an apology. While walking in the house with the chicken, I broke a lil piece of chicken off to taste and suddenly, my camera seemed SO far away. I never made it to the picture taking of the PBC chicken. Holy SHYT was that chicken good! And thanks for reminding me about cracking the lid open to make the skin crispy, Andrew! That was the best skin ever. Damn near like bacon. I used the PBC all-purpose seasoning and it is PERFECT on chicken.

I ended up filling the coal basket up halfway and used a few chunks of hickory. I lit most of the coals in the chimney starter and waited till they were on fire. When I poured them in, they were going real good. I gave them a few minutes to settle down with the lid on and then put the chicken in. Worked like a charm. I really love this thing!!
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Lol....Yeah my camera has been forgotten a couple times too.. Glad it all worked out and tasted good. The PBC sure makes it easy!
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Lol....Yeah my camera has been forgotten a couple times too.. Glad it all worked out and tasted good. The PBC sure makes it easy!
Ditto. I was going to take some pics of my cook today and completely forgot. Congrats Deebo on your successful cook.
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