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post #1 of 10
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Fixing to go on the smoker after sitting in the mustard and rub

after 3 hrs ready to go into the foil with the butter,brown sugar,tiger sauce and more rub

some squash out of the garden to go on the smoker

and the done project..  Very good.Thanks for looking

post #2 of 10

drool.gif  Nice looking ribs man!  thumb1.gif  How did the squash turn out?

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Thanks smoking B..The squash turned out real good, I wasn't sure if smoking them would turn out good but I ran out of propane in my grill so I gave it a shot, I put EVO and season salt That's my wife favorite way to eat squash..Im going to have to find some other ways to cook it besides fried and grilled because I have a filling were going to have a lot of it.. I HOPE..lol

 

Sorry did have pics of the done squash, drank to many KL and forgotcheers.gif

post #4 of 10

Ribs look great....love yellow squash!  Squash casserole is good!  Hint hint!

 

Kat

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Originally Posted by timsnewatsmokin View Post

Thanks smoking B..The squash turned out real good, I wasn't sure if smoking them would turn out good but I ran out of propane in my grill so I gave it a shot, I put EVO and season salt That's my wife favorite way to eat squash..Im going to have to find some other ways to cook it besides fried and grilled because I have a filling were going to have a lot of it.. I HOPE..lol

 

Sorry did have pics of the done squash, drank to many KL and forgotcheers.gif

 

I've cooked squash several times for friends directly over hardwood coals with a shaking of Montreal Steak Seasoning & it turns out surprisingly good  beercheer.gif

post #6 of 10
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Thanks guys I give the casserole, and the montreal  a tryicon14.gif

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Thanks guys I give the casserole, and the montreal  a tryicon14.gif

 

Let me know how it turns out if you try the Montreal Steak Seasoning - people enjoy it around here...

post #8 of 10

Ribs looked good , and the squash ; that caught my attention qiuck. I love Yellow Squash, Baked,Smoked,Fried,Stewed ,Grilled or any way you do them...  I love the Three Sisters - Squash, Corn and Tomatoes all stewed together. Yummo icon_exclaim.gif

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Ribs looked good , and the squash ; that caught my attention qiuck. I love Yellow Squash, Baked,Smoked,Fried,Stewed ,Grilled or any way you do them...  I love the Three Sisters - Squash, Corn and Tomatoes all stewed together. Yummo icon_exclaim.gif

Thanks, I love the three sisters also. I have two of the sisters planted in my garden. Tomatoes and Squash, I never had much luck planting corn. I just buy  it at the local farmers market we get a bushel for 25 dollars and it is gooooood corn.

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Now that's what I'm talking about!!!
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