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Smoking Spare ribs on my UDS

post #1 of 13
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First time trying this on my UDS and it seems anything I do on it....can't go wrong...


Thanks one and all for the inspiration.  Enjoy!




Thanks, Guys and Gals!!

post #2 of 13

Well Done PaPaG!!!!   points.gif

One of the best Home shot Videos i've seen (heard ) in a While.

 BB.King is a great back ground .


post #3 of 13

Nice Job! Great video...JJ

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post #5 of 13

looks good nice video


post #6 of 13

looks really good i also have a uds how do you arrange your fire box i usually us royal oak charcol and have hard time keeping consistent fire whats the secret

post #7 of 13
Thread Starter 

Thank you one and all beercheer.gif



@ Stitan :


Hope this answers your questions:


I use Ozark Oak Natural Lump


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I arrange the lump and flavor wood around a juice can placed in the middle


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I turn my chimney upside down and put a few pieces of kingsford in it, once they turn grey, I dump them in the can.


I then pull out the can so the lump will catch slowly.


I learned this here:


Can't remember where I picked up the can idea, but it most likely came from these forums.


I smoked a Chucky for over 12 hours, and the next day I had plenty of lump left over!!



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Hope this helps and keep on Smoken'

post #8 of 13

it does thanks

post #9 of 13

yeah I do my WSM the same way lol


I mostly use Royal Oak lump made in USA!!!\






post #10 of 13

i also use royal oak stupid ? doesnt that melt when you put the charcol in or do you pull it out right before

post #11 of 13

the coffee can? Yeah I just use it to make a crater so to speak pull it out right before i dump the chimney over on top

post #12 of 13

thats what i thought lol just fig id ask

post #13 of 13
Great video
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