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post #21 of 35

At least you fed the animals some sliced Qview, before hitting the sack for the night !!

 

Good looking PR !

 

 

Bear

post #22 of 35

Good job i can taste all the way heredrool.gif

post #23 of 35
Thread Starter 
Not sure the weight, I asked the butcher for enough for 4 people, I think it was 2 ribs. Took about 6 hours at 225 in my brinkman propane vertical smoker with a needle valve added. I rubbed with lea and perrins thick, coarse ground pepper, kosher salt, garlic and onion powder. I pulled it at 130. Even the left overs were incredible!

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post #24 of 35

great job! Thanks for sharing info and qview

post #25 of 35

Nice! That's the way we do it!

 

Eric

post #26 of 35
Thread Starter 
Just need to find an awesome au jus to go with this on fathers day.

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post #27 of 35

When you do your roast, put a pan of beef stock under the roast to pick up smoke and to catch the drippings. When done defat the broth and reduce by 25%. If you are not completely happy with the flavor at that time add some of this to the broth to enhance the flavor. I use it all the time with great success 10100.png

post #28 of 35

Man that looks good. drool.gif  I need to quit lookin at these with 2 hours to go before lunch time.

post #29 of 35

WOW !! That looks soooooooo gooooood !  - Do I dare ??? Being a Rookie - this would make me a bit nervous. I can almost taste it -- Gotta do it --- I will be Brave !!!!

Wifey will flip on this one !!

:)

post #30 of 35
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WOW !! That looks soooooooo gooooood !  - Do I dare ??? Being a Rookie - this would make me a bit nervous. I can almost taste it -- Gotta do it --- I will be Brave !!!!

Wifey will flip on this one !!

:)


You can do it !

 

Just get a plan & follow it !

 

It's easier than some of the smokes you already did a great job on !

 

Piece of cake,

Bear

 

post #31 of 35

Man... that is some good looking PR!

post #32 of 35
Great looking PR!! Happy Birthday!!!
post #33 of 35

Dang im hungry nice job wowLooks-Great.gif

post #34 of 35
Thread Starter 
Definitely do it, I just started smoking this winter. Just keep smoker at 225 and pull at 130. Simple! :)

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post #35 of 35

That looks real good..I want to do it one day...

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