I am a newb to this forum but have been smoking meats successfully for many moons. I always thought I had the best way to smoke spare ribs but I'm never too foolish to think that a new method or technique can't help and the 3-2-1 method is just talked about too much to NOT try! As always, this was done on a Weber 22.5 grill, and I don't need a damn thing else.
So here goes...
Got a lovely rack of spares and rubbed' 'em up and let them sit overnight. I usually score a diamond pattern on both sides but decided not to on this occasion. I used a mixture of apple and pecan wood with a little pear wood too, but only a few scraps.
Here is the slab going on for start of 3-2-1.
Here is an hour into the process.. spritzing with AJ/EVO/ACV/local honey mixture and cooking at a steady 240F
starting to take on some nice smoke after 2 hour
and then this the last spritzing before hitting the foil
and now what seems to be the longest part of the process...
Why am I not doing this in the oven?
Probably only going to do 1.5 hours in foil because I do like some texture to the meat...
and I'll post an update when they're done! Hope everyone is enjoying their Saturday... we're getting ready for a football game here in Norman. Boomer Sooner!