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4th of July Baby Back Ribs

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Using a Bradley Electric Smoker with the bisquettes.

Want to do some baby back ribs with the 2-2-1 method.

 

Can I use Hickory and Apple at the same time?  I have only used one flavor of wood at a time.  Would I just alternate the bisquettes as I put them in the feeder?  And lastly - does this combination of wood make sense for baby backs?

 

Thank you everyone on this site for the information you provide!


Edited by hillerhalf - 6/30/15 at 5:30am
post #2 of 5

2 oz hickory and 1 oz apple is my goto combination for baby back ribs.

post #3 of 5

I think hickory and apple are the most popular wood for ribs. They are great together.

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RSNovi - would I simply use 2 hickory bisquettes and 1 apple bisquette for your goto combination?  I guess I am not sure how many ounces those bisquettes are.

post #5 of 5

Sorry hillerhalf.  I don't have experience with the Bradley.  I suppose it burns biscuits for as long as you are smoking the meat.  I don't know how long a biscuit lasts.  I shoot for 4.5 hours at 225 degrees and I know 3 oz of wood in my smoker is enough for ribs.  I just like the 2 to 1 hickory to apple.

 

Chris

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