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post #1 of 15
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Favorite butcher hooked me up with 3 beautiful slabs.

I'll do these 3-1-1 with honey, butter, and brown sugar during the foil stage. A final sauce for the last hour out.



Trimmed them up as the rub components assembled.



Built a fire a nice layer of lump and hickory.







Ready to go! Put these down at 2:45 eastern. Bills are winning!



Running at 220 see you in about 3 hours as I foil



Cruising along


Edited by Smokeymoake - 11/30/14 at 2:07pm
post #2 of 15
Looking great!! If the Bills win you will have to do 3 slabs every game day!
post #3 of 15

Nice looking Smoker , and those are some great looking Ribs. They will be Tasty and Meaty , too :drool When you do Ribs , do you leave the door shut, or peek in a lot...just curious.:confused:

 

 

  My tender test , bite off the bone ( and I have no teeth).:icon_eek:

 

  I love Ribs and Brisket...and I cannot Lie...

 

 and I DO love Ribs...

 

Oh , and how much Snow did you get , did you help clear the Stadium out:icon_question:

 

Have fun and  . . .

post #4 of 15
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I would like to peek, but being I use a foil method I get to check them out at 4 or so hours.
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Originally Posted by oldschoolbbq View Post

Nice looking Smoker , and those are some great looking Ribs. They will be Tasty and Meaty , too drool.gif  When you do Ribs , do you leave the door shut, or peek in a lot...just curious.confused.gif


 
 My tender test , bite off the bone ( and I have no teeth).icon_eek.gif


 
I love Ribs and Brisket...and I cannot Lie...


 and I DO love Ribs...

Oh , and how much Snow did you get , did you help clear the Stadium out:icon_question:

Have fun and  . . .
Thanks on the smoker. I really like it. Very versatile for my uses.

No more snow here but this is what our dealership looked like 6 miles away.

post #5 of 15

Oooo, I got stuck there one year on a truck delivery... 3 days of walking through 6' trailways to go anywhere... lucky and met a Gal that took me in and cared for me . . . :icon_redface: 

 

Cowboy hats draw women , and the drawl gets them every time... :biggrin: 

post #6 of 15
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Ok 3 hrs and ready to foil.



Wrap these baby's up with honey, butter, brown sugar. No liquids. Add some charcoal then another hour no foil and some bar b q sauce!

post #7 of 15
Thread Starter 
Back on for the final countdown!



Sauced up and another hour. Added a few chunks of hickory.

post #8 of 15
Wow those look amazing!!
post #9 of 15
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All done





Came out awesome, super tender, meaty! Some potato pancake. Nice!

post #10 of 15
Looks like a great meal!
post #11 of 15

Great looking ribs and pit, thanks for the pics and posting.

post #12 of 15

Nice smoke , looks great !!!!!!!!

post #13 of 15
ribs look awesome... If your in Buffalo how's come your smoker isn't buried in snow ?? none on the ground even under the smoker.... It all melted that fast ??
post #14 of 15

Great lookin ribs and man I love me some tator pancakes!:drool:

post #15 of 15
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Originally Posted by JckDanls 07 View Post

ribs look awesome... If your in Buffalo how's come your smoker isn't buried in snow ?? none on the ground even under the smoker.... It all melted that fast ??

My part of Buffalo only got a foot or so. 5 miles south got 7 ft. All gone at our house!
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