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Thanks for letting me be part of gastronomic blog. I asked Santa for a MES and, lucky for me, he shoe horned one down the chimney and under the tree. So far I've smoked a Boston But, a turkey wrapped in Fresh Market bacon (the best), 4 dozen ABTs (also wrapped in bacon). Today, I smoked some spare ribs based on a recipe from Aaron Franklin's BBQ Meat Smoking Manifesto. Prior to the MES, I would occasionally smoke my charcoal grill ( high,high maintenance. Well that's it from Semi sunny South Florida.

Thanks, James
Edited by Jamesamw - 1/31/16 at 7:44pm
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Welcome to SMF James!  Glad you joined us.

 

Mike

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Hey James, Welcome to SMF!

 

I'm west of you in Sebring, been here 11 years, before that  Ft. Laud for 35 years.

 

Good to have another FL boy on here.

 

Al

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Welcome James - can't wait to see pics of you upcoming smokes

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Hey James, Welcome to SMF!

 

I'm west of you in Sebring, been here 11 years, before that  Ft. Laud for 35 years.

 

Good to have another FL boy on here.

 

Al

Thanks AL, I actually graduated from Fort Lauderdale High. If you remember Jacks Old Fashion Hamburgers, I worked there during my school and college years.

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Welcome James - can't wait to see pics of you upcoming smokes 

Thanks MB Below is my first attempt at spare ribs. They came out nice n tender, but not much smokiness. Which is prompting me to mod my MES. I used iDevices remote thermoprobe to monitor temperature for craps and giggles.

 

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Those ribs look awful good from here.

 

Sometimes when you are smoking something like ribs and your around the smoke all day, it desensitizes you to the smoke.

 

The best way to tell if you had it right is save some for the next day.

 

I guarantee you they will taste smokey.

 

And yes! Of course I remember Jacks! Awesome burgers!

 

Al

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texas.gif  Good evening and welcome to the forum, from a sunny warm day here in East Texas, and the best site on the web. Lots of great people with tons of information on just about  everything.

 

Nice looking ribs, I think I can smell them !!

 

 

Gary

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Edited by Smokin Phil - 7/22/16 at 7:58pm
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Sometimes when you are smoking something like ribs and your around the smoke all day, it desensitizes you to the smoke.

The best way to tell if you had it right is save some for the next day.

I guarantee you they will taste smokey.

That is so true. I didn't realize that until you said it. My first smoke I thought my ribs could have used more smoke. I tasted them the next day and they were kick a** ribs!!
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