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post #21 of 33

Nice lookin ribs there Disco. 

I'd eat them! You get points:points:

post #22 of 33
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Har! What about the shipping?

 

Thanks for the point.

 

Disco

post #23 of 33
Very nice smoke yet again Disco ! Dang them look soooo gooood... You make this stuff look so easy...

For some odd reason I get the feeling your starting to take a liking your pellet grill ! biggrin.gif
post #24 of 33
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Originally Posted by WaterinHoleBrew View Post

Very nice smoke yet again Disco ! Dang them look soooo gooood... You make this stuff look so easy...

For some odd reason I get the feeling your starting to take a liking your pellet grill ! biggrin.gif


Actually, Justin, if I can do it, it must be easy.

 

Thanks for the kind words and yes, I wish I had the pellet grill years ago. They are so simple, like me.

 

Disco

post #25 of 33
Thanks for posting the bbq recipe.
post #26 of 33
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Thanks for posting the bbq recipe.


Thanks for looking!

 

Disco

post #27 of 33
So I've never been a fan of the ribs that I have made, or any for that matter. But I was at the grocery store yeaterday and picked up a nice size butt, then saw ribs were on sale, so I put the butt back and picked them up. I followed this process, not recipe, but the process using Stubs Chilli, Lime, Ginger marinade as the marinade and sauce at the end. They turned out awesome. Thanks so much for sharing this Disco, you have really opened my eyes to how good ribs can be.

^^^used butter and Dr Pepper for foiling.
post #28 of 33
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Originally Posted by bgosnell151 View Post

So I've never been a fan of the ribs that I have made, or any for that matter. But I was at the grocery store yeaterday and picked up a nice size butt, then saw ribs were on sale, so I put the butt back and picked them up. I followed this process, not recipe, but the process using Stubs Chilli, Lime, Ginger marinade as the marinade and sauce at the end. They turned out awesome. Thanks so much for sharing this Disco, you have really opened my eyes to how good ribs can be.

^^^used butter and Dr Pepper for foiling.


There is nothing better than someone taking an idea and making to their tastes. Allow me to offer some points for great looking ribs!

post #29 of 33

Hey Disco

 

Those are really killer ribs.  Beautiful job.  I like your suggestion about using hot sauce instead of siracha.  I love jalapenos, but I just find siracha to be TOOOO hot--I prefer chipotle, myself.

 

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Gary

post #30 of 33
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Hey Disco

 

Those are really killer ribs.  Beautiful job.  I like your suggestion about using hot sauce instead of siracha.  I love jalapenos, but I just find siracha to be TOOOO hot--I prefer chipotle, myself.

 

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Gary


I'm with you, Gary. One of the reasons we cook is we like food that meats our tastes. As for chipotle, it would add a great taste and you may have swung me over to try it.

 

Disco

post #31 of 33

That's some mighty fine looking ribs, I am going to give those a try. I like spicy as well as #2 son and one grandson  Color is spot on. You are 

going to have to change your name from Disco to "Rib-King".

 

 

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Gary

post #32 of 33
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Originally Posted by gary s View Post
 

That's some mighty fine looking ribs, I am going to give those a try. I like spicy as well as #2 son and one grandson  Color is spot on. You are 

going to have to change your name from Disco to "Rib-King".

 

 

points1.png

 

Gary


Har. It has become apparent over the last 40 years of marriage that I am not the king of my castle so it is nice to be king of something! Thanks for the point, Gary.

post #33 of 33
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Har. It has become apparent over the last 40 years of marriage that I am not the king of my castle so it is nice to be king of something! Thanks for the point, Gary.

 

 

I think we all experience that !!

 

Gary

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