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Baby Backs and Yard Bird

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Thread Starter 

It was a toss up as to which to put this under, pork or chicken

but since my main smoke was the ribs I put it here.

It has been a while since I posted a smoke and it is such a nice weekend

I thought I would take the time to post.

I got 2 really nice meaty racks of baby backs from  my nephew for working on his car for him.

He lives in Chicago, and got them at a neighborhood deli. They are really allot more meaty than the cyrovac baby backs I am used to. since we are having some friends over I thought I would do some chicken too.

I put the chicken in slaughter house brine over night. rinsed it well and gave it a nice coating of Jeff's rub

likewise I gave the Ribs a liberal coating of Jeff's rub.

I am going to smoke them over pecan and apple combination.

ribs are going in  in about 20 min. for a 5 hr smoke

will put the chicken in about 2 hrs later since it will only take about 3 hrs

stay tuned

these babies where thick and meaty

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all rubbed down

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nice slaughter house brined chicken

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dusted with Jeff's rub also

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post #2 of 15


Now you are off to a good start.

post #3 of 15

it is a good start

post #4 of 15
Looks like a great start. Keeping my eye on this one.

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Have fun and Happy smoking :)
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post #6 of 15
Thread Starter 

I just sauced half the ribs and some of the chicken

bout an hour to go chicken should be at temp and ribs will be done

wife made a fresh peach pie and I made some of my soon to be world famous  potatoes

more Qview  to come

stay tuned

post #7 of 15
Thread Starter 

Ok, the wait is over!

I will post some plated shots later this evening

but here are the money shots

ribs on for 5 hours, some sauced some plain

chicken took 3 hours to get to temp.

I do not foil my ribs.

I use a GOSM annd kept the temps at 230-250  the entire smoke

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I will post some plated shots later on.

thanks for watching!


post #8 of 15

Nice job,  Thanks for the Qview.   I had rice with BBQ sauce on it for dinner.  Working outside and didn't get to cook,  wish I was closer!

post #9 of 15

.......hungry just looking at itLooks-Great.gif

post #10 of 15

Looks great man - I wold love a plate of that right now 

post #11 of 15

Good Job! Looks Great!

post #12 of 15

Good looking grub!


Bet it didn't last long!

post #13 of 15
Thread Starter 

sorry I diidnt get any plated pics. We were too busy eating it

but here is the shot of the spread right befoer we dug in

thanks for watching 100_2916.JPG

post #14 of 15

All looks great!

post #15 of 15

Looks awesome!   drool.gif



I swore after working WAY too hard last year's Super Bowl day, that I wasn't going to smoke ribs again THIS Super Bowl, but I think I'm changing my mind!!




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