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1st Try - Ribs on Cookshack 009-2

post #1 of 5
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rubbed ribs down yesterday -
put ribs in smoker 9:40 this morning with a small mix of apple wood and hickory.

set it and forget it @ 225

played 18 holes of golf, now I'm waiting on my final hour so I can wrap them up and let them rest, plan on eating them later tonight for dinner.





more pictures coming in about an hour drool.gif

Tom
post #2 of 5
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6 hours and out of the smoker. I never opened the door , was pretty windy day. looks like the 009 held temputure pretty good.

pulled the ribs sauced up 1 rack and wrapped light in tinfoil, will let them sit until 5:30, maybe reheat in oven maybe not.

sofar this is way easyer then babysitting a fire.




post #3 of 5

That is the way I do ribs in my CS, toss them in set it and walk away for 5-6 hours, usually do spares and have always had really good ribs.
Yours look really good, were they worth the wait?

post #4 of 5
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I got scared about leaving them wrapped in foil I was afraid they would be to loose, so I let them sit in the foil for 20 min. and then opened the foil and put them in the oven @170 until feeding time .

I was very impressed they had a nice tug to them and could be cleaned to the bone the way I like them, none of that take a bite and all the meat falls off.

here's the finished product.



thanks shtrdave for the tip icon14.gif

Tom
post #5 of 5
Yes please id like seconds. icon14.gif
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