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post #1 of 15
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The Wife was off , weather great and things starting out great ! Then , Trish said "Rolo needs to potty 'NOW' ! So I got things set right and went the three blocks to the Park (I have spoiled her by always going there , so . . . off we went ! ) .

Now this trip she decides to smell and pee on EVERY smel she came across ! ! ! Then she had to find to perfect place to poop , not twice as usual , but three times ! ! !

On the way home(finally) , I began to see billowing white smoke and noticed a strange odor !!! Needless to say ,I hurried as fast as I could to get the Dog in the house and go about saving my Ribs . . .

I pulled the temp. from a blazing 357*F to my normal 225*F , got the smoke ba k to TBS and began babysitting !

I managed to (kind of ) save them , with a bit of the patience I had left , (I know , patience is my motto , but ) . . .

Enough whining , here are the Q-views :

Oh , in my excitement of having something to smoke , I didn't get a package shot , and none of the seasoning and rubbing . I used a simple SPOG and placed them in the smoker .



, everything was fine until the Dog incidence :



see the smoke ?



a shot of the pull back . . .

and the temp . . .



when I did my bend test , they kind of broke . . .



the others LOOKED good , but not even close to my idea of GOOD Ribs !

I took the worst one (I didn't show it out of embarrasment ) and put it in the Chili we made the day before , did a great job flavoring that . . .

So here's the plate I ate :



This was a lesson in caring for a Stick Burner , I won't have that again , I've entered this into my BBQ Log as a reminder not to trust a working wood fired unit! ! ! !

They were good but a bit too done for my liking ! ! !

Sorry I got long winded , but I feel better now that I have confesed biggrin.gif

Hope you enjoyed the show , and as usual . . .
post #2 of 15

At least you were able to salvage them and still had some good eats. Kudos for that.

post #3 of 15

Nice recover!!! Thems theres look like somes mighty fine eatins!!! 

 

A full smoker is a happy smoker - only when babysat LOL 

 

DS 

post #4 of 15

They look great to me.

Richie

post #5 of 15

OSBBQ, I'd love to eat those "mistakes "!

post #6 of 15

I'm here to tell you-----I'd eat them ribs!!!!!

 

Great recovery

 

Gary

post #7 of 15
No doubt I would eat them! Glad you were able to save them!
post #8 of 15

Looks good to me! I would have ate them even if you said you dropped them on the ground.

Nice save.

 

TW

post #9 of 15

<Chuckles>

 

We all aspire to reach the heights that you consider a disappointment.

 

A fire breather IMHO offers a superior cooked meat but...... I have never been able to walk too far away from one while cooking. I always figured that was why Ice Chests were invented.

 

You need to teach the puppie what an empty 3 liter Mountain Dew bottle is for, "Road Trip".

post #10 of 15
There's nothing wrong with that disappointment that a little slaw and some beans won't cure. What a wonderful reminder that we can always eat our mistakes. They look really good to me.
post #11 of 15

Looks a little ruff around the edges... 102.gif

 

 

I'm sure your baby and I would have no problem helping with the ribs.

 

 

 

 

 

 

As to finding a "perfect" place to poop, I have to circle around a few times too before I get to find my zen location... :icon_mrgreen:

post #12 of 15
1) 3 blocks to the park? Time to teach puppy to pee wherever is convenient for you. th_dunno-1[1].gif

2) While smoking, teach Momma that SHE can take the doggy to pee - you have another job to do! wife.gif Just don't blame me when you tell her. th_roflmao.gif
post #13 of 15

 

I know your usual work Stan, so I can understand your disappointment. But Hey, at your age, Fall of the Bone is easier to Chew!...:biggrin:

 

 

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Originally Posted by Smoking Jo View Post

1) 3 blocks to the park? Time to teach puppy to pee wherever is convenient for you. th_dunno-1[1].gif

2) While smoking, teach Momma that SHE can take the doggy to pee - you have another job to do! wife.gif Just don't blame me when you tell her. th_roflmao.gif

 

Got to ask Jo...You still a Newlywed???

 

I learned a long time ago, 27 years married...You don't TEACH Momma anything. You the one been Taught!!!...JJ :hit:

post #14 of 15
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Originally Posted by Chef JimmyJ View Post

Got to ask Jo...You still a Newlywed???

I learned a long time ago, 27 years married...You don't TEACH Momma anything. You the one been Taught!!!...JJ hit.gif

Oh no. 19 years married here. Not that I wouldn't offer to do it... but she'd just know that it wasn't wise for me to step away for something like that. grilling_smilie.gif
post #15 of 15
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Originally Posted by Smoking Jo View Post


Oh no. 19 years married here. Not that I wouldn't offer to do it... but she'd just know that it wasn't wise for me to step away for something like that. grilling_smilie.gif

Yeah, Just playing around. My wonderful Wife is very understanding. She's been with me a long time and we have two Pro Chef daughters. When it is cookin' time we focus and bang out food...JJ

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