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First Baby back rib smoke

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I am pretty excited. Has pretty good success with my first rib smoke. I cooked 2 half racks with sauce and the third was dry rub only. I realize since I kept them thicker I should have smoked them longer than 3-2-1. A 4-3-1 would have kept the hint of pinkness around the bone down. Either way they tasted phenomenal. The AMNPS took a little to get going. Third time is the charm because after I got the cherry glowing just right on the third attempt, It smoked for 4 hours straight. Thanks for all the advice I have received and read about for smoking with the AMNPS in my MES. Next mountain..... Beef Jerky.                                                                  

                                             

post #2 of 8
Those look really good, Tom. Next time, you might want to cook them with the meat side up. That will give them a good smoke, but the heat for the cook will come through the bone side. This may help to get a more done product around the bones. Thanks for the pics and keep on smokin'. Joe
post #3 of 8

Looking good, LT!

post #4 of 8

LT

 

Great job on the first ribs. :points:

 

Saw you were thinking Beef Jerky next. This is a link to a post I did on Jerky. Just some food for thought and may give you some ideas.

 

http://www.smokingmeatforums.com/t/231590/beef-jerky-on-the-mes

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I flipped then over about half waythrough the smoke. I thought I might get more smoke flavor in the meat if it started like this. I will try bone down next time.
post #6 of 8
They look tasty, care to share?
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LT

Great job on the first ribs. points.gif



Saw you were thinking Beef Jerky next. This is a link to a post I did on Jerky. Just some food for thought and may give you some ideas.

http://www.smokingmeatforums.com/t/231590/beef-jerky-on-the-mes

Two, I know you have you thickness at.200. What about the width of the strip? Was is the full width of the roast?
post #8 of 8
Nice Ribs . I give you points! ! !points.gif
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