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post #21 of 27
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I gotta try oak and cherry combo! Good stuff, thanks for sharing.

I am also in your boat with the wife that likes fall off the bone. Just posted a thread where I wrapped one and didn't wrap the other, trying to please everyone. I'll keep making tweeks until I get it perfect... Could be a while, good thing I have an appetite!

It seems it is fairly common on here to have a wife that has a a different taste in ribs (fall apart ribs). I tried to convince her that bite off the bone was more desirable, but a woman will like what she likes. And you gotta make the mrs. happy! Which is what I intend to do on my next batch of ribs. Doing two different consistencies will require me to take my skills to a new level - I'm up for the challenge.

And yeah, the cherry and red oak combination is incredible. I plan to use this combo on any meat I smoke now - while tossing in some hickory on a larger cut of meat like a pork butt.
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It seems it is fairly common on here to have a wife that has a a different taste in ribs (fall apart ribs). I tried to convince her that bite off the bone was more desirable, but a woman will like what she likes. And you gotta make the mrs. happy! Which is what I intend to do on my next batch of ribs. Doing two different consistencies will require me to take my skills to a new level - I'm up for the challenge.

And yeah, the cherry and red oak combination is incredible. I plan to use this combo on any meat I smoke now - while tossing in some hickory on a larger cut of meat like a pork butt.

The ribs looked great. Please check back in after the two tone rib doneness test.

 

Ah the Cherry & Oak combo. Try that on a tri tip. so good.

 

Carlos

post #23 of 27

Those were some great looking ribs HB.  Looking mighty tasty, I'm with you, I like more of a bite off the bone rib.

post #24 of 27
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Originally Posted by Tr00ter View Post
 

Those were some great looking ribs HB.  Looking mighty tasty, I'm with you, I like more of a bite off the bone rib.

Thanks!

post #25 of 27
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The ribs looked great. Please check back in after the two tone rib doneness test.

 

Ah the Cherry & Oak combo. Try that on a tri tip. so good.

 

Carlos

Will do on the ribs.

 

I smoked Tri Tip a couple of weeks ago over red oak and it had awesome flavor - cherry would probably add another dimension with a more robust color to the meat.  I'll give that one a try too!

post #26 of 27
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Turned out great. They could have been a bit more tender, but I was short on time and had guests waiting at the table. Still great flavor and bit off the bone.


Those look amazing!!!
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