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Baby back ribs and nascar

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Decided to smoke some baby backs today using some new rub and sauce. I'll update the thread as the day goes by. First I'll start with the prep.aterytup.jpgyra4a7ep.jpg

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Let the smoke rollegega7ys.jpg

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Lookin real good!!!! Reinhard

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That's gonna be tasty, lookin good ! icon14.gif
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Time for some foil4ypasabu.jpg

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Finished product 5 hours in mes then 15 or so on grill for a good crispy tasteava5anu7.jpg

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Finished product 5 hours in mes then 15 or so on grill for a good crispy taste. Now if only the race will get going againava5anu7.jpg

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I can pass on the Nascar, but those ribs look tasty !!

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They were great. Just a pile of bones left now. The Johnny Trigg rub and sauce wasn't bad at all for being store bought.

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