or Connect
SmokingMeatForums.com › Forums › Smoking Meat (and other things) › Pork › PULLED PORK, RIBS & BEANS
New Posts  All Forums:Forum Nav:

PULLED PORK, RIBS & BEANS - Page 2

post #21 of 38

Its really hard to beat pecan, IMHO. But if you did that with pecan, you should just give away any other wood you have and stick with it. LOL

 

Rule #1 the Boss is always right

Rule #2 refer to rule #1

 

Those are some of the prettiest ribs I have seen in a long time, and musta been a Pro cooking, to be able to do that in those adverse conditions.

post #22 of 38

That all looks just great Gary! Thanks for sharing.

post #23 of 38

That is some fine looking food. A fool smoker is a happy smoker. At that price for butt I would have to stock up.

:points:

Happy smoken.

David

post #24 of 38
Thread Starter 

Thanks Foam for the kind words.  I get a lot of rib practice, both grandsons always want ribs no matter else I am smoking.

 

And you are right    " The  Boss is always right ".

 

I get tickled at all these young guys trying to act all tough and macho out in front of people, but when they get home you know its a different story.

 

I learned years ago,  We would go shopping my wife would say "what do you think about this one" I would say "you like it, she would say yes, then I would say well I like it, This process would repeat several times, with the salesman just giving me a puzzled look. Then Finally I would go find a place to sit down till she was finished.  I would tell the salesman If she likes it I like it, You will understand one day  "Boss is always right"

 

Gary

post #25 of 38

Exactly what my dad does. Hahaha........ 

post #26 of 38
Quote:
Originally Posted by gary s View Post
 

Thanks Foam for the kind words.  I get a lot of rib practice, both grandsons always want ribs no matter else I am smoking.

 

And you are right    " The  Boss is always right ".

 

I get tickled at all these young guys trying to act all tough and macho out in front of people, but when they get home you know its a different story.

 

I learned years ago,  We would go shopping my wife would say "what do you think about this one" I would say "you like it, she would say yes, then I would say well I like it, This process would repeat several times, with the salesman just giving me a puzzled look. Then Finally I would go find a place to sit down till she was finished.  I would tell the salesman If she likes it I like it, You will understand one day  "Boss is always right"

 

Gary


LOL----That's how I got to celebrate our 46th Wedding Anniversary last month!!!

 

Bear

post #27 of 38
Thread Starter 

I figured it out early on, makes life simpler.   We were doing a remodel (years ago) The painter had talked to my wife on a color for the bedroom, I cam home to check on him and said "did you run this by her" ? he said no but she will love it. I said " stop right now and let her see it before you spend a lot of time. He said oh it'll be OK she'll like it.  Next day he was repainting the room. From then on he said I'm not painting anything till you wife approves it.   And that always doesn't work either. The first house we bought was brand new wasn't quite finished and they asked her what color she wanted the outside trim, Two weeks after we moved in I was repainting the trim..

 

Gary

post #28 of 38
Gary,

You always provide such detail and picture heavy threads. Just how I like them.

Nice smoke my man. Makes me hungry sitting here looking at all of this.

James
post #29 of 38
Thread Starter 

Thanks James  I appreciate the good reviews and points

 

gary

post #30 of 38
Been married 38 years to my bride and from day one I have ALWAYS had the last word........"yes mam".

Great smoke GaryThumbs UpThumbs Up.
post #31 of 38
Thread Starter 

Thank you readJOHN316

 

 

Like your screen name

 

Gary

post #32 of 38

If you cook like this for your grandson, how do you feel about adopting a fat, old Canadian?

 

points1.png

 

Disco

post #33 of 38
Thread Starter 

I would be honored to adopt you, Have a feeling with both of us cooking we would be in trouble ===========  With our Doctors !!!

 

Thanks for the point and looking  Disco

 

Gary

post #34 of 38
Quote:
Originally Posted by gary s View Post
 

I would be honored to adopt you, Have a feeling with both of us cooking we would be in trouble ===========  With our Doctors !!!

 

Thanks for the point and looking  Disco

 

Gary


Two people smoking? What could go wrong?

post #35 of 38

Awesome....

Hell the only thing I did with grandpa was play legos while he slept in his Recliner.

Good price on those Butts

 

Great post and thanks for sharing!

 

You got yellow mustard in that sauce DONTCHA!

post #36 of 38
Thread Starter 

I used a little Yellow mustard on the ribs before seasoning, not in the sauce. I do want to try to make a Mustard type sauce, I have tasted a few I really liked

 

Gary

post #37 of 38

Try This, This is my tweaked version of a Robert Irvine Recipe

 

  • 3 cups ketchup
  • 1 cup brown sugar
  • 1 cup Cider Vinegar
  • 1/2 cup yellow mustard
  • 1/3 cup Worcestershire sauce
  • 2 tablespoons cayenne pepper For really Hot!!!  One Teaspoon for mild (I use the mild version)
  • 1 tablespoon sea salt

 

In a bowl, whisk together the ketchup, sugar, vinegar, mustard, Worcestershire sauce, cayenne and salt in a saucepan over low heat. Cook for 5 to 6 minutes to blend flavors. Remove from the heat and hold until using. Yield: 1/3 gallon.

post #38 of 38
Thread Starter 

 Thanks  SQWIB I will give it a try, put it in my recipe file right now

 

gary

New Posts  All Forums:Forum Nav:
  Return Home
  Back to Forum: Pork
SmokingMeatForums.com › Forums › Smoking Meat (and other things) › Pork › PULLED PORK, RIBS & BEANS