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post #1 of 10
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I wish I had more time to do these ribs right but at least I get try a few new things.

same start mustard base with a new coffee Rub

here's the piggy


Didn't get started till 5 so gonna try 2 hours of smoke with half hour of each foil and glaze
I'll post more pictures later going to use higher temperatures
post #2 of 10

How is that coffe rub? Does the food taste like coffee? I've seen coffee mentioned in a few spots, just have not got the nerve up to try it. I would catch heck if I served coffee tasting ribs or steak to my wifewife.gif

post #3 of 10
I've been smoking at 265* and above and everything's been turning out great! With chicken I've even gone up to 325*!
post #4 of 10

Lookin' good so far, Bob.... popcorn.gif

 

 

Red

post #5 of 10
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Originally Posted by dirtsailor2003 View Post

I've been smoking at 265* and above and everything's been turning out great! With chicken I've even gone up to 325*!
I ran smoke about 250 for the first hour..then turned it up 290 for the second hour ..edges of the rub got "burnt" but when I tasted thoes small pcs before foil they had no bad flavor...almost done srry didnt get any pics after step one ..but was in much more of a hurry ..with my already short cook time
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Originally Posted by MountainHawg View Post

How is that coffe rub? Does the food taste like coffee? I've seen coffee mentioned in a few spots, just have not got the nerve up to try it. I would catch heck if I served coffee tasting ribs or steak to my wife:wife:
...there is a slight coffee after taste ..this is my first time using a coffee rub myself ...plus side is both my wife and I love coffee ..ill divulge more after true tasting
Edited by bdbob83 - 4/23/13 at 6:20pm
post #6 of 10
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So final output on these 3 hour ribs were good

not as much smoke as I like but was just right for my wife..the coffee rub on the ribs dry has slight coffee taste but when paired with the the sauce (I used two different types a Memphis style(tomato base) and a Brown sugar base) it creates a nice fusion between the spice and the sweet IMHO...

Here's the final product

Has a lite smoke and that "bite" while still being very tender


Thanks everyone and smoke-on,
Bob
Edited by bdbob83 - 4/23/13 at 6:22pm
post #7 of 10

Looks-Great.gif

happy smoken.

david

post #8 of 10

Those look mighty tasty!  Very nicely done...

 

Red

post #9 of 10

 

I see the bite you mentioned!!!drool.gif

post #10 of 10

Looks like everything turned out great..........PDT_Armataz_01_37.gif

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