I did up some spares for a buddy and to take to work for the fourth, I had to do them ahead since the wife wont watch the smoker when I sleep or when I'm at work. so I did them yesterday on my last day off before the weekend. Here is some Q-View Rib price was $1.27 a pound doing 10 racks Attachment 21794 Triming them up Attachment 21795 More triming Attachment 21797 Almost done triming Attachment 21796 In the apple juice overnight Attachment 21798 Ready for the rub Attachment 21799 Rub is on Attachment 21800 My son cubing ham for the beans Attachment 21801 more cubing ham Attachment 21802 Flap meat for the beans Attachment 21804 Flap meat Attachment 21805 Ribs are Done Attachment 21803 Beans Are Done Attachment 21806 slicing up the ribs Attachment 21807 Smoke ring Attachment 21808 More smoke rings Attachment 21809 Almost done slicing ribs Attachment 21810 More slicing Attachment 21812 Rib tips Attachment 21811 The not so fun part Attachment 21813 More mess Attachment 21814 I trimmed the ribs up the night before and soaked in apple juice on some advice I got. I think I will do this again they came out just right for me. pulling from the bone with very little effort, not quite falling off of the bone. I used a brown sugar based rub similar to Tulsa Jeff's and made my own Ham and baked bean recipe. I smoked the ribs in my pellet fired freezer smoker for 10 hours at 220 degrees. the ribs hung up at 165 for about 2 hours before they came up to 200. I did not foil them. I think these might just be the best ribs I have ever made. My oldest son thinks the ones I made for his class were better but my youngest son thinks these are. My wife who professes to hate ribs still ate two. The beans are always good as they catch the dripping from the ribs and I cube up the flap meat when it is done and add to them. All in all a good day smoking ribs. (I took pics of the ribs in the smoker but they came out all white, sun???) so I hope you all enjoy the pics.