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Ribs on the Mini.

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Today for my Memorial Day smoke I did a rack of spare ribs on the Mini. After prepping them St. Louis style I gave the ribs a dusting of rib rub and covered them and put them in the fridge for 4 hours.

I pulled them from the fridge, gave them another dusting and put them in the rib rack while I prepped the Mini.

The rack was placed into the smoker when the chamber temp reached 300 degrees.

After 4 hours I used a toothpick to test the doneness and with the resistance I felt I closed the smoker back up for another 45 minutes.

And of course, got to have the money shot-

Hope you all had a safe Holiday.
post #2 of 9
Looks good!
post #3 of 9

Very nice Dutch!  That's a mighty pretty plate...looks like you ate good!  Nicely done! Thumbs Up



post #4 of 9

Thumbs Up Looks like a great meal Dutch! 


:biggrin: You got bit buy the mini bug too? I need to have something smaller also.

post #5 of 9
Very nice meal.

The mini can cook some mean ribs.
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Looks great from here Dutch!  :drool  Are those some Wicked Baked Beans? 

post #7 of 9

Looks great Dutch!

post #8 of 9
looks great Earl
post #9 of 9
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@ JP1-Yeah, I got bit by the Mini bug last summer. Got the parts that I needed thru July and August and put the Mini together in September.
@ Smoking B-Nope they are Bushes Baked Beans though. Ma was going to make up a batch of WWB while I was working in the yard but she had to be to work at 5:00 AM and got home at 11:00 AM. She grabed a quick nap and then got busy doing some sewing and lost track of time and by time she realized what time it was there wasn't much time left to get them into the smoker.
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