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post #41 of 49

Hey Dave

 

Man I do love some beef ribs in the smoker ... I saw you had some issues getting the MBES30 to start up ...I've had the same issues ..the only way it seems to want to work is if I use the remote ..I think I'm going to call them Monday and see what it will take to get another controller .. its about 3 years old so I guess they going to want some $$$$

 

 

I wish I had seen this post yesterday ... I was wondering about the Mats when I ordered the pellet burner

post #42 of 49
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Originally Posted by Paul Catt View Post
 

Hey Dave

 

Man I do love some beef ribs in the smoker ... I saw you had some issues getting the MBES30 to start up ...I've had the same issues ..the only way it seems to want to work is if I use the remote ..I think I'm going to call them Monday and see what it will take to get another controller .. its about 3 years old so I guess they going to want some $$$$

 

 

I wish I had seen this post yesterday ... I was wondering about the Mats when I ordered the pellet burner

 

 

Call Todd and add them to the order.....   

http://www.amazenproducts.com/aboutus.asp

post #43 of 49

Dang Dave I missed this entire thread and I do like a good beef rib............................

 

Those sure look good too!

post #44 of 49
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Originally Posted by Foamheart View Post
 

Dang Dave I missed this entire thread and I do like a good beef rib............................

 

Those sure look good too!


You missed the free samples.....   :biggrin:

post #45 of 49

Dave,

What temp do you normally smoke these ribs at?    What's the best wood to use?   Think I need to break away from fish for awhile and try some ribs.

post #46 of 49
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Craig, morning....  I generally smoke all meats below 210....    BUT, after sterilizing the smoker at 275 and drying the pellets, the meat goes in at 275 while the heat is turned off... and gently cools down to 140 ish to start the smoke...   then the heat goes up to 190-200 ish to cook the meat...   While smoking, I keep the temps below 140.....  

post #47 of 49

So in case of these ribs, after you have loaded the smoker and let the temp go down to 140, that is when you start smoking?  If so, how long are you typically smoking at 140 before you raise the temp up to 190+?  Around 2 hours?

 

Those ribs sure look good.

post #48 of 49
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So in case of these ribs, after you have loaded the smoker and let the temp go down to 140, that is when you start smoking?  If so, how long are you typically smoking at 140 before you raise the temp up to 190+?  Around 2 hours?

 

Those ribs sure look good.


I generally smoke under 140 and closer to 110 ish....   after smoke, turn the heat up to cook....        

post #49 of 49

Thanks Dave

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