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post #1 of 38
Thread Starter 

One of my Grandsons asked me a couple of weeks ago if I would cook him some ribs, pulled pork and beans. The weather has really been crappy, but yesterday decided to go for it today, Was supposed to be cold but that was it. So I had everything ready, got up at 5:00 to get started and it was cold with a heavy drizzle, fired up the smoker and got started





Pork Butts on sale $1.27 lb.






Rubbed down and waiting, That fillet knife is 38 years old





Sun coming up and drizzling 




Starting to brown up some bacon for the beans



A little onion chopped 




Onions and Jalapenos 




Everything getting yummy 





My BBQ sauce (last one) and seasoning




Butts after about 4 hours




Another Chimney of charcoal



Ribs, I thought I got 2 and 2 but I got 3 St. Louis ans one Baby Back






Ready to get started




Membrane pulled waiting on seasoning




Very light coat of Mustard and EVOO




Seasoned with my Rub




Everything on 




Butts after 6 hours




Beans after 5 hours




Secret Rib Sauce



New toy



Ribs after 3 hours ready to be wrapped






Ribs after being unwrapped , Pork Butts still trudging along




First butt was ready after 11 hours, second butt took 12 hours




Ribs, 3 hours, 1.25 hours and about another hour   a hair over 5 total






Sorry I didn't get more shots of all butts , in a hurry to get it all delivered.  Going to # 2

son and grandson who asked for it, some going to my other grandson's best friends house

the rest staying home. 




Ribs and pulled pork staying here





My plate, With my Wife's Tater Salad




Thank you for looking.   Started in the dark, finished in the dark

post #2 of 38

Nice job grandpa.

post #3 of 38
Wow, that was fun to watch! Great looking smoke. A full smoker really is beautiful. Now I'm dying for some ribs!
post #4 of 38
Thread Starter 

Thanks and Thanks



post #5 of 38
That looks amazing. I can't wait to fire my smoker up Sunday. Enjoy!!
post #6 of 38
I'm hungry those slabs look awesome!!! The price on the butts:yahoo: great work!!!
post #7 of 38

The food looks amazing but I'm jealous of that large white tub. I need that for containing meat, rub, etc. while working.

post #8 of 38
Wow, all look amazing.

Great cook.drool.gif
post #9 of 38
Super nice thread Gary, that's a nice Grandpa to make your Grandson that meal.... icon14.gif That all just looks awesome & had to be real tasty !

Hats off to the guy behind the smoke ! biggrin.gif


post #10 of 38
Thread Starter 

White tub came from Academy  They have the same tubs at Sam;s 2 packaged together


Thank you all for the complements


Thanks WHB for your point




post #11 of 38

Totally impressive. Grandpa's are oldies, but they got all the goodies!


Amazing thread my friend. Outstanding food, great pictures, and an excellent reason to smoke.




Totally, the only improvement I could suggest would be squirt guns while the meat cooks. LOL Rockin Grandpa!

post #12 of 38

Well!  I had a few very nice store bought hotdogs last night.  They were made from a REAL meat like substance.  ABSOLUTELY LOVELY!  Only took me about 10 minutes to fry them.  :th_crybaby2:PLEASE CAN YOU SEND ME A CARE PACKAGE??  Cold, wind and rain here the last several days!  No way to smoke anything!


NO! NO!  I'M FINE!  I CAN GET THROUGH THIS!  I won't fall apart.  LOVE the English winter.  I'll be fine.  Keep Smokin!


post #13 of 38

Nice smoke Gary......Thanks for the ride............Thumbs Up

post #14 of 38

I was doing one of those online genealogy searches and it seems that somehow, you are my grandpa, too. I'd like some beans, ribs and butts delivered to my house this coming weekend. Thanks in advance, Grandpa.a38.gif



Edited by Grillmonkey - 1/14/15 at 6:58am
post #15 of 38



Another Awesome load of Goodies produced at Gary's house!!!Thumbs Up


Everything looks Fantastic!!:drool-----------------------:points:


Such lucky Kids & Grandkids!!


And I'll take a plate just like yours, please!!:drool




post #16 of 38

Now I am starving Great Job Gary

post #17 of 38

Everything looks incredible ! ..



post #18 of 38


i see a definite problem though...... THE PLATE IS WAY TOO SMALL ...   HA HA HA



post #19 of 38
Thread Starter 

Thanks again everybody for the great comments and appreciated points



post #20 of 38
Thread Starter 

It was a miserable day yesterday, drizzled off and on most of the day, never got out of the 30's, But none the less the smoking went on.

I used Pecan for the smoke, The Boss said "I like pecan, its got just the right amount of smoky flavor"  She also said " Just use pecan from now on"


It was a big hit, The grandson who lives with us said the food we took over to his best friends house was devoured, on kid said " Man I wished my grandpa could cook like this" also said I don't really like potato salad but this stuff is gooood.


Other grandson, #2 son and daughter-in-lay said it was the best on yet (but they say that every time) 


While me and the Boss were eating last night, I said I've still got a turkey in the freezer, maybe i'll smoke it next week, she just gave me the look. I think I better give it a rest for a couple of weeks


Thanks again for the kind words, comments and points    I appreciate each and every one



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