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post #1 of 19
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Ok, here we go again. :)

I got a bit lazy with the pics this time but the basic setup is the Weber Performer 22.5" kettle, Stubbs charcoal using the minion method. Used 3-2-1 (actually 3-2-.5, they finished early)


This time I did three rows of coals in a semi circle goung around half of the kettle, then I stacked a double row on top of those. I lit 12 coals to start the whole shebang and this gave me nice range. I got her locked in at 250F and she sat there for a good 3hrs without me tinkering. I did have to add some more coals in hour 5 because I was afraid I would start to loose the heat.


here is the meat, 13 bucks for 3.75lbs.




All rubbed. I used mustard for the glue and mixed up 1/4c brown sugar, 1 tbs salt, 1 tbs garlic powder, 1 tbs onion powder, 1/2 tbs pepper, 1/2 tbs chili powder.

Let it sit for a few hours. I planned on doing this last night but apparently I'm sick so off to bed I went hoping to feel better today.





Money shots! I did a little dance when I saw the smoke ring.


This is the dry rack




This one got 15 minutes of Sweet Baby Ray's



If you will excuse me now, I have a meat coma to tend to. :)


post #2 of 19

Pass me my plate please,I'll have the dry ones .... those look great and awesome job...

post #3 of 19

Those dry ones look deadly! Good job...mine are on the WSM right now and this was such a tease. Why do I torture myself...


Again, good job.

post #4 of 19

I will have the dry ones also...Nice job. Now dont they taste good when you do them yourself....biggrin.gifyahoo.gif

post #5 of 19

Nice job on the ribs,

It looks like you've done them beforeicon_rolleyes.gif But i'll take your word for it!

Awesome smoke ring on them!

Thanks for sharin' your "first" ribs 

post #6 of 19


post #7 of 19

Those were nice and meaty. Good job

post #8 of 19

Nice job, they look delicious! Awesome smoke ring!

post #9 of 19
Thread Starter 

Thanks all and yes it was my first time. :)

The fact that they came out so good is testament to the quality of advice on these forums. first.gif


I think next time I will get more aggressive with the rub. The dry were very good and smoky but the rub didn't really come through. I'm always gun shy with the spicy as the wife has very low tolerance for heat. Course she goes for the BBQ slathered ones anywhat so I'm free to do what I want with the dry ones so next time I will apply some heat. hopmad.gif

post #10 of 19

Looking good!!



post #11 of 19

nice the ones smothered in sauce for me please

post #12 of 19

Man, sign me up for a little of both!

post #13 of 19


My family are also "sweet baby ray's" fans, I use it on my ribs to knock the heat down a bit, I use the same rub for my Butts as I do my ribs and they can tend to be a bit spicy.

post #14 of 19
Those are some beauties man!
post #15 of 19

Great looking ribs Ted! The dry rack looks amazing! Wish I woulda got a dinner invite. thumb1.gif

post #16 of 19

Don't know how I miss so many good ones !!!


Looks Great Teddy!




post #17 of 19

I have never actually gotten hungry looking at a picture until this very moment in time.

post #18 of 19

Man those ribs actually have meat on them, they look Great...

post #19 of 19

Those are some meaty looking ribs.  I can almost smellem through the screen.

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