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Smokin my first Baby Back Pork Ribs with Q-View UPDATED!!!

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So far so good.  Used Spade-L and BAM seasoning for the dry rub and set in smoker at 225F with a blend of Hickory and Mesquite chips. Still have Lava Rock in the smoker drip tray but I added a disposable drip tray on the bottom rack with a bottle of Blue Moon Beer and Tequila.

 

 Here is a pic of the rubbed ribs getting ready for the smoker.


Edited by bigsky109 - 4/14/13 at 6:28pm
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So here are the ribs at the 2 hour mark.....getting to put BBQ sauce, Heinz 57 and Tequila blend on them wrapped in foil for the next 2 hours or so:

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Looking good so far, bigsky!  

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Looking good so far, bigsky!  

Thank....I must be doing something right.....LOL

 

They look.....Great.....drool.gif  So Far

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OMG!!!!   These ribs were so good....I smoked so many I have leftovers for tomorrow.  Thanks for all the help guys. 

 

Here are some finished pics.....BTW the Tequila BBQ sauce was tasty.

 

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Wow!  Those look great!  I just smoked ribs the other day with pecan and cherry wood chunks, and noticed that the meat tasted sweeter than when I used mesquite two weeks prior to that.  Not trying to bash mesquite at all, I just found it fascinating how changing your wood when it comes to ribs makes an incredibly noticeable difference!  

 

It looks like y'all had quite the fiesta!!!  Good thing I wasn't there, I would have ate it all!

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Wow!  Those look great!  I just smoked ribs the other day with pecan and cherry wood chunks, and noticed that the meat tasted sweeter than when I used mesquite two weeks prior to that.  Not trying to bash mesquite at all, I just found it fascinating how changing your wood when it comes to ribs makes an incredibly noticeable difference!  

 

It looks like y'all had quite the fiesta!!!  Good thing I wasn't there, I would have ate it all!

I agree with the Mesquite.  Not my favorite wood, I didn't use much Mesquite but it really added kind of a bitter taste.  May never use Mesquite ever again and glad Ididn't use very much, just a sprinkle in my Hickory...

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They look great, well done!!

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Great looking RIBS!!!

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