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Seasoned "newbie"

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I joined this forum about 4 years ago....and learned an awful lot in the first 12 months that it made my head spin.    I now smoke ribs, pork butt, brisket, fish, venison, jerky, and sausage as good or better than anything you can buy in the store!  I am smoking ribs today and wanted to check in and see if everyone is still using the 3-2-1 method for baby backs, I think I am going with a 3-1-1.5 today and see how it works.


I will keep you posted with some pics on the final product!!


Glad to see the forum is still running strong.



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Glad to have you back here with us!

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a lot of people do 3-2-1 for spares and 2-2-1 for baby backs...keep us up to date!


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If the baby backs are on the thick side I go3-2-1.5 and turn the ribs over in the foil when on the 2nd stage with a little apple juice or cherry doc.pepper.yum.other wise its 3- with baby backs.the last stage start basting the ribs with ur choice of sauce for a good glaze.

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When it's done send Q-view...inquiring minds want to know (how they turn-out)drool.gif

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