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trying ribs today...

post #1 of 18
Thread Starter 

st louis style, rubbed only, 3-2-1 is what i will be trying, over TBS of mesquite...

 

so far, every piece of meat i have put into this locker, has come out perfect...i have not had anything go for 6 hours...kinda nervous, and i think i will make a "slaughterhouse" spritz...i have no "liquid" smoke for the foil, so i think i will spritz the foil before wrapping it, not pour in the spritz but just spray it down...

 

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post #2 of 18

It should be good. Remember patience and keep the door closed

Happy smoken.

David

post #3 of 18
Thread Starter 

right on, david...i have been very good at not peeking...which has always been hard for me!! i will post QViews soon...

post #4 of 18

I'm in. This is looking good!

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Disco

post #5 of 18
Thread Starter 

1st Qview is 3hrs in over a hard piece of mesquite, and time to wrap in foil...i have done well not peeking, but i have opened the locker to spritz (slaughterhouse) on the hours...i sprayed the foil before wrapping, and will now let it go for 2hrs like that...

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post #6 of 18
Thread Starter 

next qview...after 3hrs over smoke, and 2hrs wrapped in foil...this is what my ribs look like...it is going to be a LONG final hour left over a little more heat...i will not be saucing anything today!!

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post #7 of 18

Looking good. Just heading out to fire up the Weber kettle for some ribs myself.

post #8 of 18

those look awesome!

 

i love doing ribs but my wife doesn't eat them :(

so spending $15 for a rack of ribs for myself isn't very cost efficient. i think what i will do next time is keep half a rack for myself and pull the meat off the other half and just tell her its pulled pork or something and see if she notices hahaha

post #9 of 18
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there is no way we could eat them all either...that is why i invested in a food sealer...i will be enjoying these next week for lunch also!!

 

which leads into more novice questions from me...if i seal these ribs, cooked, how long should they be okay to leave in the fridge without freezing??

 

thanks

post #10 of 18

I think they should last a week vac. sealed without freezing. why not just freeze them and nuke em when you want em? I am single and have all kinds of crazy awesome stuff sealed up and labeled in the freezer for individual portions. Kind of nice to mix and match sometimes.

post #11 of 18
Thread Starter 

actually, turned out that there was not enough left to worry about freezing...but i am glad you posted about freezing and microwaving, i was wondering about that...

 

the ribs turned out perfect...no mush, moist and fall off...set on a plate next to mashed potatoes, and some corn fritters...what an awesome meal!!

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no more qviews, what to smoke now?? and thanks for keeping me company through the smoke...until next time...

 

woops...one more qview

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post #12 of 18

:drool:Cant wait three more hours for mine now dang it. hahaha.....should have started earlier.

post #13 of 18

Looks like we have a new rib pro on the site. Well done. I was going to head down to help you with the leftovers but I am not surprised there weren't that many leftovers.

 

Disco

post #14 of 18

Nice pull back and smoke ring on those ribs!

post #15 of 18

Wow can't believe I am just getting here! Really nice looking ribs! Think That's is what I am cooking today.

 

I thought you might be a bit premature talking about ribs for lunch all week......LOL For some reason they are just easily justified to eat, they are small, easy to handle, just a small amount of meat, etc etc.... Anytime I plan on having ribs tomorrow, I better get 'em in the fridge Immediately after pulling from the smoker and hang a padlock on the door...LOL

 

Lookin Good MrMosh!  Have a Happy Thanksgiving!

post #16 of 18

Those ribs look mighty tasty. Told the wife last week I could smoke ribs every weekend and I got maybe once a month. Guess she just dont like em as well as I do....lol......try yourself a meatloaf as it gives it a whole new taste and also throw some hotdogs in for about a hour or so and have a snack.

post #17 of 18

Looks like a nice rib dinner....Nice job!,,,,,,,,,:points:

post #18 of 18
Thread Starter 

thanks, Rt...they were great!! today...TURKEY!!

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