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Originally Posted by DOMAPOI View Post

You forgot the last, MOST IMPORTANT STEPS!!! You're suppose to cut off about 3 or 4 ribs, vac seal them and throw them in the freezer. When they are frozen completely, pack them in an insulated box with some dry ice. Then, ship them (pre-paid naturally) to me for OFFICIAL DOMAPOI TASTING & APPROVAL. This should be done by all who smoke baby back ribs!!!

 

I can't be sure until I taste then but they sure look good.

 

Scott

 

Oh yeah, send the potato too!


 

LOL.  I completely forgot that all important step of packing up a few ribs and sending them out to SMF members for random double blind taste testing.  I'll have to remember that next time. 

 

By the way, the potato, surprisingly, was not that great.  I think the smoking really toughened up the skin.  Inside was pretty good, but not delicious.
 

 

post #22 of 34

mmmmmmmm, I've gotta go to Sam's Club (no Costco close) tomorrow morning... :) Those ribs are inspirational!!

post #23 of 34

Nice job and keep smokin'!

post #24 of 34
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yahoo.gifWow I made the scrolling banner.  I feel so honored.  Thank you to the Admins.

 

Going to try some Boston Butts for 4th of July for pulled pork for 20+.   I'll post the process.

post #25 of 34

Congrats on the banner. Your Q-View looked great.

post #26 of 34

Oh man...those are beautiful!

 

Dang it! I didn't WANT to drive to Costco today!

 

- Perry

Perry P. Perkins
Author
“La Caja China Cooking”
"La Caja China World"
www.perryperkinsbooks.com

post #27 of 34

Great Job on the Ribs --- Look so good I can almost taste them. " So many things to smoke -- So little time " that's my problem !!!

:)

post #28 of 34
I am a big fan of the eastern Carolina style! Looks great my friend!
post #29 of 34

Great looking color Im hungry who doesn't love ribs

post #30 of 34

If I was married to my ribs I would divorce mine and do dirty things to yours based on that last picture.

post #31 of 34

I've got a pack of Sam's baby backs in my fridge right now...can't wait to throw them on the smoker tomorrow!  hope they turn out half as nice as yours did.......Looks-Great.gif

post #32 of 34

Man oh Man!! They look absolutely great!!

post #33 of 34

I don't think pork ribs could look better then that! Wow!

 

If you're a Cosco meat guy, see if the Cosco you shop at has the round tip beef roasts. I've recently done a couple of those and they were fantastic. Now I have to check my Cosco for your ribs and have a whack at them. Super job on yours!

post #34 of 34
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Thank you to everyone for the comments.  This formum is extremely welcoming and inspirational with all of the fantastic Q being created.

jcglenn - your comment had me rolling out of my chair.  Read the quote to my wife. Surprisingly, she did not find the adultery-based joke as funny.  I suggest you appologize to your ribs.  Maybe take them out for a nice smoke.

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Originally Posted by jcglenn1009 View Post

If I was married to my ribs I would divorce mine and do dirty things to yours based on that last picture.


Capt Turbo - Thanks for the recommendation.  I'll definitely check out Costco for round tip roasts and search the forum here for some recipes.  Just remember the Costco Ribs come 3 full racks to the package (around 8-9 lbs) so plan on cooking a bunch or vacu-sealing a couple racks for later.  
 

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Originally Posted by CaptTurbo View Post

I don't think pork ribs could look better then that! Wow!

 

If you're a Cosco meat guy, see if the Cosco you shop at has the round tip beef roasts. I've recently done a couple of those and they were fantastic. Now I have to check my Cosco for your ribs and have a whack at them. Super job on yours!



 

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