This Saturday I fired up the smoker. Beef short ribs, couple racks of baby backs, some sausage, bacon wrapped corn on the cob, and some the renowned Dutch's Wicked Baked Beans. Dutch, whoever you are my friend, those beans stole the show. I started with the short ribs. After about two hours smoke I moved them to an aluminum pan, added a little apple juice and squeeze butter, tight wrapped, then back on. The baby backs got the Trigg treatment and impressed all in attendance. Beef and pork ribs, had my mouth watering the whole time. With the beans in the oven i wrapped the corn and put on the smoker for the last hour of smoke while letting the ribs rest.
prepping the ingredients to the beans
Beef shorties hit the smoker
shorties placed in the pan to be wrapped
coming along nicely, almost time to wrap
sausage cut and beef shorties are about to receive their Super Q glaze.
crowd was gathering mouths were watering
Love that Super Q glaze.
Thanks for all the recommendations. Especially on the Beans. Incredible. For all wondering about the Super Q references, its just what I like to call my homemade sauce, rubs, and mops.