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First attempt at ribs, with some bottom round on the side...

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Prepping the bottom round with mustard and bbq rub:
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Removing the membrane on the inside of the ribs:
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Spiced:
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Basket with the "triquettes" getting started:
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Ribs after about two hours:
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Ribs and silverside after about 3.5 hours:
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The ribs went much faster than I expected... ended up being very overcooked. Bones still came out of the meat easily though. I was going to do the 3-2-1 method, but ended up taking it off after about 4.5 hours.
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The bottom round came out amazingly though!
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Plated with pan roasted potatoes and some sort of noodle concoction of my girlfriends doing...
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Thanks for looking!

post #2 of 6

They both look delicious to me!

 

Nice looking plate!

post #3 of 6

Thanks for the Qview,  remember any times we use are just guesses.  Keep an eye on everything, we never know how a piece of meat or smoker is going to actually cook.

post #4 of 6

Welcome to SMF, shiizzo. The ribs and the bottom round both look yummy! icon14.gif

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looks good!  Were you able to monitor the smoker temp?

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looks good!  Were you able to monitor the smoker temp?



Yeah, I had my eye on the temps the whole time...

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