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Belated BB Ribs

post #1 of 9
Thread Starter 

hey all,

this is actually from 3 weeks ago but i haven't had time to post this till now.


I had some ribs in the fridge that i wanted to smoke but the weekend got the best of me so i started these around 2pm on sunday. no certain occasion just wanted to smoke! it had been awhile. so i got 2 racks and rubbed them with a McCormicks Applewood rub i had bought and wanted to try. rubbed them down and let get to room temp as i heated up the smoker (usually i rub and wrap overnight but i didnt have the time).



got the smoker up to 225-230 and a nice blue line of smoke (yes i needed to mow my lawn, you can see my broken lawnmower)


smoked them for 2 hours and wrapped for another 2. i took a tip from Chris Lilly and put some apple and grape juice in the foil. after 2 hours on the smoke they already looked great! but put them back on the smoker to harden back up for 30 mins. i took the drippings from the foil and put them in a sauce pan and cooked down for a moping sauce.


over all turned out good...the apple wood rub was a little mistake for using a store bought rub. here is some QView






And the final product...

post #2 of 9

Lookin' great! I need to get some Ribs...JJ

post #3 of 9

Those look pretty good!

post #4 of 9

Looks good!!!  Got an Idea for your lawn, get a lamb, let it eat the grass, than smoke some lamb chops.  Good idea?????  Steve

post #5 of 9
Thread Starter 

Dragon Master you might be a genius!

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post #7 of 9

EMMMM Ribs!!!


Big Lew BBQ

post #8 of 9

Those look outstanding! Great ribs!thumb1.gif

post #9 of 9

Not a genius, just like lamb chops!  Steve

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