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Two Racks of Maple Wood Smoked St Louis Spares, and Breaking in the New Copper Kettle

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About 2 weekends ago I wanted to use the Pitmaster iQue some ribs on the UDS during football. So I picked up 2 racks of pre-trimmed St Louis spares, and got a pack of chicken wings as well. It was time I used my pretty new kettle grill. About 15 whole wings came in the pack, and I trimmed down to wing & drumstick

Filled the fire basket w/ The Good One Lump, and Maple Wood chunks. This is the first time i’ve tried maple btw
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2 racks of these for just under $20
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The rubs of choice for the day. Half & half.
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Lathered w/ maple syrup. Then rub applied & setting up
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This is the first time trying out a rib rack I got last xmas
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Here’s the wings. Indirect on the new Copper 22.5”. MH & Garlic salt, then tossed in Franks after they browned up. Kingsford comp for heat
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Ribs got a light coating of my bbq sauce towards the end.
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All turned out well. Gotta pull back on the garlic salt next time on the wings though. The maple wood was great

 

 
post #2 of 11

Sounds and looks awesome and I'm sure tasted even better thumb1.gif

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Thanks Pineywoods! The ribs were great...i've since been tweeking the wangs bit by bit.

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Excellent job!

 

Good luck and good smoking.

post #5 of 11

All looks great !!

 

Ribs are awesome!!!!

However I've come to expect that when it says "ThunderDome" at the top!!!

 

 

Thanks for a great post,

Bear

post #6 of 11

Those ribs look incredible! Nice job!

 

Reminds me that my dad has a wonderful maple syrup BBQ recipe that uses a healthy bit of unions. It's sweet, but not too sweet and can be made with some nice heat to them. I'll have to see if I can snag it.

post #7 of 11

Look Fantastic!

 

Is your Copper Kettle an old one or anew "Designer Color"?

 

Todd

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Lovely smoke ring.

post #9 of 11

drool.gif  Absolutely delicious looking..

 

 

Rich

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drool.gif  Absolutely delicious looking..

 

 

Rich



 

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The ribs look awesome to me.

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