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Perhaps My Best Ribs Yet

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Saturday I made what have been the best ribs I've done thus far, and of course its the one time I didn't take pics throughout the cook.

 

Slather of yellow mustard and Central Barbecue Rub.  3.5 hours of apple wood smoke at 225, 1.75 hours foiled with more rub, Tiger Sauce, apple juice and ACV and then about an hour on the Weber with indirect charcoal and painted with my modified Carolina Sauce. (Had the smoker full of yardbirds at this point)

 

Perfect bite and tug, tender but not falling apart.  Clean bones.  The in-laws were all over and they were thoroughly impressed.

 

Only picture I snapped :th_crybaby2:

 

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Nothing like success!  They do look good.

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Nothing like success!  They do look good.

Thanks Al!  I have found as is often mentioned here, that practice, paying attention to each cook, and trying new things is the key to getting what you want.  Its no wonder that a person who man's a good pit is called a "master" because that is indeed what it takes.  Mastery.

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Thanks Al!  I have found as is often mentioned here, that practice, paying attention to each cook, and trying new things is the key to getting what you want.  Its no wonder that a person who man's a good pit is called a "master" because that is indeed what it takes.  Mastery.

 

Amen to that Yotzee!  Very nice job on the ribs...they look delicious!  bravo.png

 

Red

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Those sure look good! Nice thing to open up to first thing in the morning! :Looks-Great:

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Thanks Red!  Thanks Foam!

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