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First smoke in a new Weber One-Touch 22.5 - Two slabs of ribs

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I've had a MES for several years, but have wanted to try it old school for a while. I bought a Weber kettle for the Fourth of July weekend, and broke it in by grilling some chicken, steaks and assorted sides over the past week.

Last night I set up a trial smoke to see how it was going to go, and prepped a couple of slabs of baby backs with my homemade rub:

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Set out this morning by making a half ring of Kingsford Competition briquettes with a few chunks of apple wood mixed in.

Grill hot and ribs ready:

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Here's the wings, just a smile brine and smoke. Crisped the skins a bit on the old gas grill:

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And the ribs after spritzing with an apple juice/brown sugar mix for the last hour an a half, ready to come off the grill:

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And, finally, the ribs ready to plate:aje4a7a8.jpg
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Mmmm, chicken wings. That's something I want to try very soon :) 

 

Wings and Ribs look great sir. Wouldn't mind having a boat like that too. ha ha

 

Was your wife pushing the car with your boat???? lol :P

post #5 of 6

I think you should have vacuum packed a few of those bones and sent them to me! Looks great. thumb1%20copy.gif 

post #6 of 6

Looks awesome! Nice job.

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