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Babybacks and a yardbird with Q View!

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Alright guys I got a new smoker off of craigslist for $30 and I am trying it out.  I had to buy it for that money I couldn't say no.  Here it is.

 

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I got some good lump charcoal and hickory and mesquite chunks to cook with today.  I blazed it up!20110820130230.jpg

 

Rubbed down the ribs with my homemade rub and let them set for a while.  I also have a big chicken stuffed with lemons and herbs and rubbed down with garlic and an ozark seasoning from Penzy spices.  I nice spicy rub.

 

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The brown sugar just melted on the ribs before I put them on.  Man these are going to be sweet!

 

More to come as they cook.  Also going to add some sweet potatoes, trout, scallops, and shrimp.  An awesome day!

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Gotta love new toys. icon14.gif

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Can't wait for the BIG Finish...JJ

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Looking forward to the finale!

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Here is the final.  It turned a lot darker than I am used to in my electric smoker but it was fantastic.

 

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I was stuffed needless to say.  My mother in law took the trout apart before I could get pictures but it was good as well.  

 

The chicken turned out really juicy and flavorful but I was concerned about how dark the skin was.  The skin tasted great too.

 

 

post #6 of 7

looks great nice job

post #7 of 7

Nice thing about smoking - dark doesn't have to mean burnt.

 

Great looking meal there!

 

Good luck and good smoking.

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