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Rainy Day Ribs

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Thought I'd do some Q for mom-in-laws visit. It her birthday today. So yesterday I did some ribs and chicken and a chunk of fatty point brisket I had left after cutting it up for pastrami next weekend. Ribs were BOGO at the Teeter so I got 2. Ones for later.




Thawed them out and rubbed em down. First I removed the skin from underneath. What do they call that? Fromundaskin?





Here's the rub. Pretty mild. We're not big on spicy hot here.




Ran out of brown sugar so I made me some. Half cup cane sugar and half teaspoon molasses mixed real good.




Rubbed the ribs and put them away for the night.





Sunday morning we spark up the pit and commence to rubbin my chicken. Simple rub. S & P, Cavender's, onion and garlic powder.





We got temperature and thin blue smoke.




After an hour we're looking pretty good.





We have ribs. 5.5 hours at 225 and no foil wrap.




And Yardbird too. Nope not Page, Clapton or Beck.




Looks like supper's ready.




Brisket is still smoking in case you're wondering. We'll have it another day.




The aftermath. They were yummy. Fell off the bone with a little tug. Very tender. Not mushy.




Thanks for watching.

Edited by alelover - 3/7/11 at 1:17pm
post #2 of 22

Mmmmmmm........ Doesn't get any better than that!!  Looks excellent!  Belated Happy Birthday to your MIL. Looks-Great.gif

post #3 of 22

That Sure looks Awesome !!!


Thanks for the views!



post #4 of 22


Now your food looks awesome and I'm sure that your MIL enjoyed it too. I have that same plate of bones when I do chicken or ribs around here too. Sometimes a little bit cleaner after my wife licks her plate.

post #5 of 22

Man them ribs sure do look good.. Nice job icon14.gif

post #6 of 22

Good looking bones and birds ya got!!!

post #7 of 22

Looking fabulous!!



post #8 of 22

It all looks Great...

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post #11 of 22

Nice!  You got the whole barnyard on that smoke, didn't you?


post #12 of 22
Thread Starter 

Thanks all. I also threw some almonds in there too after I took the ribs and chicken off. No sense wasting good smoke.

post #13 of 22

Great lookin' meal my friend!!!



post #14 of 22

nice job...I'm sure it was appreciated. Like the stack mod, the truss job on the bird and sweet work on that rib membrane...

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Edited by Kingkoch42 - 12/8/11 at 1:20pm
post #16 of 22

Alelover, that looks like a great meal, if the MIL did not like it she needs to see a psychiatrist!  The ribs and chicken look great!, we are not a big spicy bunch either but like a good rub that enhances the meat flavor.  Keep up the good work!


Your SMF Friend,

Barry  biggrin.gif

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post #18 of 22
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Thanks much. Not raining today. Sunny and 70.

post #19 of 22
Nice pics of everything! Hope it was all as good as it looked!grilling_smilie.gif
post #20 of 22
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Thanks. It was.


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