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Baby backs (qveiw)

post #1 of 11
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Did some BBR's last week. The wife took the camera on a trip so I had to wait for her to get back to post.....


Smoker fired up with some charcoal, lump and hickory......




BBRs on




Ribs rubbed with John henry's pecan rub overnight


Having some troubles with the temp. Not getting to 220 at the grate..... smoker is showing 270 at the top where the thermometer is and temp is at 205 at the grate..... smoked at 205 for two hrs. Foiled then moved to the gas grill for two hrs at 225. removed foil and lightly brushed with Curley's BBQ sauce and cooked for another hr......


Ribs were ok. The flavor was excellent but the rib fat did not render and the meat was almost fall off the bone but with things going wrong with the offset I cant complain.....I like my ribs with a little pull and on the dryer side.


foil removed





some Bear-veiw




Lightly brushed with curleys












This was all that was left for a open shot by time she got back with the camera. Had to hide them from my son...HPIM1704.JPG


some more bear-veiw




I'm now looking for a flat plate. 35 1/2 inches by 25 1/4 inches and will be turning the offset into a reverse flow....



Thanks for looking





post #2 of 11

drool.gif     If that's what you call bad I'd love to taste your good one's!!

post #3 of 11

hmmm, doin ribs today, if they look as good as those I'll be a happy boy

post #4 of 11

OMG Joe---Those look beautiful!!!


And a bunch of Great BearViews Too !!!!



Thanks Buddy!

You make an old Bear happy!



post #5 of 11

Those ribs look absolutely delicious!  icon14.gif

post #6 of 11

Looks delicious Joe!!



post #7 of 11

Great looking BB's Joe.

The color is amazing,icon_eek.gif


Thanks for the pics buddy drool.gif

post #8 of 11

Looks great Joe

post #9 of 11

I CANNOT disagree with anything said above , can only add OMFG Those look delicious!!!



post #10 of 11

looks darn good Looks-Great.gif

post #11 of 11

  Joe,I haven't read the whole thread when I thought about my experiences with the BB's. I ended up going with the 'No Wrap' 2-2-1. My Spares get only , a peeling of the Rib-side and a Rub(just before cooking);and sit in a  200*to 225*f Smoker (which must have that nice TBS flowing through it) for 6hrs. un-opened or checked in any way). They always turn out Tender,Juicy and just a tug away from ...fall off the bone   ( aka   F.O.B.)

  I know the rule*No Q-view,never happened rule,but...th_dunno-1[1].gif

  All my pics from the old Computer were not saved,so now I'll be re-making all my albumsicon14.gif

Anyway,what I'm suggesting is play with different ways and you'll come on one that is a natural for you. Same as in school,practice,practice,practice and soon you'll be good at it...drool.gif

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