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First Ribs on my New 22" Weber Smokey Mountain

post #1 of 18
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Did some beef ribs and some spareribs on my new to me Smokey Mountain.  Ribs turned out great way better than my Chargriller Trio.  The only thing I wish I could change is getting less pull back my beef ribs. Both were smoked using apple wood and Kingsford. Used the minion method, two full unlit chimneys and one 3/4 lit.  Temps ranged from 225-250, good range but it was due to some wind gusts we're having.


Good Thin Blue SmokeIMG_2315.JPG


Ribs at 3 Hours and ready to be foiledIMG_2319.JPG



Ribs all done



post #2 of 18


post #3 of 18
Looks great
post #4 of 18

Congrats on the WSM acquisition and some nice looking ribs!  


post #5 of 18

Great looking smoke!  What time is dinner??  I'll be right over!

post #6 of 18

Excellent job! Congrats on the new WSM!

post #7 of 18

The ribs... IMHO will get most of their pullback from the foiling stage, try to keep the temps a tad lower and foil for 1.5 hours.


Your Ribs  looks awesome

post #8 of 18

They look delicious.  I get a lot of pullback on beef ribs too, I'm sure they still tasted great!

post #9 of 18

Looking good!!



post #10 of 18

Looks like you came out of the gates running! Nice job!

post #11 of 18

WOW nothing wrong there!

post #12 of 18
Excellent looking pull back! I'm sure they were tasty!
post #13 of 18

pull back is natural with beef ribs, the "Nature of the beast" so to say. I agree with the earlier statment to maybe lower the temp a bit that will help. How was the bite? where they tender?

post #14 of 18

Nice pullback!

post #15 of 18
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They where very tender and had good not great bite.  Almost fall off the bone which I dont like.

post #16 of 18

Congrats on your new WSM! :) i'm getting hungry just by watching at those nicely done ribs... :D 

post #17 of 18

Gonna get some pull back with beef--but its allll goood  delicious looking meat there sir!!

post #18 of 18

Good looking bones and congrats on your new smoker!!  thumb1.gif




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