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Case they look great Happy 4th it was a busy day.

Richie

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Case they look great Happy 4th it was a busy day.
Richie

Thank you! Good food and good times!
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Great lookin smoke Case.... That all had to be real tasty ! icon14.gif

That salt pepper chipotle garlic rub sounds awesome !
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Great lookin smoke Case.... That all had to be real tasty ! icon14.gif

That salt pepper chipotle garlic rub sounds awesome !

Thanks Justin! They are tasty! That's kind of my go to rub for just about everything!
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Oh yeah, Case.  Everything looks great!!  I caught the fact that you had the beans under the ribs--bet there was lots of extra flavor there.

 

Nice to see your son wants to share with his buddies and is willing to jump right in and help with the smoke.  :points:

 

Sure wish my camera would take the quality of pics you get, but I'm afraid its getting on in age.

 

Gary

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Oh yeah, Case.  Everything looks great!!  I caught the fact that you had the beans under the ribs--bet there was lots of extra flavor there.

 

Nice to see your son wants to share with his buddies and is willing to jump right in and help with the smoke.  :points:

 

Sure wish my camera would take the quality of pics you get, but I'm afraid its getting on in age.

 

Gary

Thanks Gary!

 

Yep he's been my sous chef since he was 3! Chopping onions and other veggies for me!

 

I use my iPhone for all of my photos when cooking. I have a nice Nikon DSLR that takes awesome photos but I use it primarily for landscape and other photography.

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Great lookin smoke Case.... That all had to be real tasty ! icon14.gif

That salt pepper chipotle garlic rub sounds awesome !

Just ate the last three ribs for breakfast. Had one of each type. My go to rub of Salt Pepper Gaarlic and Chipotle are by far my favorite of the bunch. Sometimes less is more!

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Great cook Case.

Everything looks great.


POINYS
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Great cook Case.

Everything looks great.


POINYS

Thanks Adam! Everything was tasty!

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Great lookin smoke Case.... That all had to be real tasty ! icon14.gif


That salt pepper chipotle garlic rub sounds awesome !
Just ate the last three ribs for breakfast. Had one of each type. My go to rub of Salt Pepper Gaarlic and Chipotle are by far my favorite of the bunch. Sometimes less is more!

Totally agree with the less is more Case, 1/2 the time we just hit the ribs with SPOG ! But that salt pepper garlic chipotle rub.... I might have to ask ya just how exactly ya throw that together ! If ya don't mind !
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Totally agree with the less is more Case, 1/2 the time we just hit the ribs with SPOG ! But that salt pepper garlic chipotle rub.... I might have to ask ya just how exactly ya throw that together ! If ya don't mind !

Well I have to be honest its different every time. But this is what I do. I shake on a liberal coating of garlic powder first. Then I grind a good amount of black pepper over that. Next salt. Usually sea salt and I use a salt grinder set on course. I don't use a ton of salt on pork (for ribs like this probably 3-4 twists.).  Last but not least comes the chipotle powder. I put a decent amount on but not a massive coating.

 

Hows that for precision!

post #32 of 35

Dang it man - great job - nice smoke Poor mans burnt ends blahahaha thats a good one will have to try that, it will go good with my poor mans light beer 

 

A full smoker is a happy smoker 

 

Great Post and a very patriotic = Points!!!
 

DS 

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Dang it man - great job - nice smoke Poor mans burnt ends blahahaha thats a good one will have to try that, it will go good with my poor mans light beer 

 

A full smoker is a happy smoker 

 

Great Post and a very patriotic = Points!!!
 

DS 

Thanks DS! Yeah these would be good with that Keystone! I only got to have one of the burnt ends, the one I sampled when I took them off the smoker. I probably should have had him make a double batch.

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Totally agree with the less is more Case, 1/2 the time we just hit the ribs with SPOG ! But that salt pepper garlic chipotle rub.... I might have to ask ya just how exactly ya throw that together ! If ya don't mind !
Well I have to be honest its different every time. But this is what I do. I shake on a liberal coating of garlic powder first. Then I grind a good amount of black pepper over that. Next salt. Usually sea salt and I use a salt grinder set on course. I don't use a ton of salt on pork (for ribs like this probably 3-4 twists.).  Last but not least comes the chipotle powder. I put a decent amount on but not a massive coating.

Hows that for precision!

That's awesome Case ! A rub ya can kinda tinker with... I'd say that's precise enough for me man ! Thanks for sharing, will try that on the next rib smoke !

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That's awesome Case ! A rub ya can kinda tinker with... I'd say that's precise enough for me man ! Thanks for sharing, will try that on the next rib smoke !

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Yeah when it comes to rubs I like to wing it! Speaking of wings those sound tasty may have to concoct a batch this weekend when the wife is out of town!
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