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Superbowl Grub - Panther Ribs-n- Spicy Beans

post #1 of 16
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Hey Y'all ! :beercheer:

We hosted a Superbowl Party and as my Lady and I are some of the World's Biggest Bronco's Fans I felt compelled to smoke up a batch of Panther Ribs, some Panther Weinies and some beans to feed the masses.

I rubbed the ribs the night before with a rub I concocted blending what I thought to be the best of several other recipes I found.

Smoked the ribs low n slow at chamber temp of bout 165 using cherry wood chips for 7 hours, 3 open 2 foiled and 2 more open with one basting of sauce after they came outta the foil.

The beans I used a mix of KC Masterpiece Bold n Spicy and a can of Black Beans. Added bacon, brown sugar, onion, green pepper, Serrano pepper, black pepper, Cayanne pepper, a touch of Franks Hot Sauce, mustard and a dash of seasoned salt. Mixed it all up, smoked for bout 5 hours then finished in the oven at 350* for another hour.

 

Here's a few pics for the Q View...

 

 

 

The Lil Smokies I made into Pigs n Blankets. Half with smoked cheddar I did up 2 months ago and jalapeno peppers, the other half with some Swiss I smoked at that time.  Unfortunately I didn't get pics of the lil porky blankys :36:.

Apologies also for not getting a money shot.  When the feast was ready it was GAME ON and feast on with nothing left after.

Also, I have to say, not to discount any Panther fans...I loved the outcome and the game !!!!!!

post #2 of 16

Looks great, I could face plant those beans!

 

Nice work :points:

post #3 of 16
Great smoke,your Bronco's cost me$100!!
post #4 of 16
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Thanks Duke, much appreciated. 

Those beans may have been my best yet.  Just enough spice to raise a bit o sweat on my bald old head with lotsa complex flavors. When I cook something like this I usually just eyeball without measuring or following an exact recipe so it always comes out a lil different each time. 

Kinda adds to the mystery of it never knowing just what I'm getting but it's always good !

post #5 of 16
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Thanks for liking what I created B, Sorry for your lost moolah though. If ya find y'self in S.E. Missouri let me know I'll make it up to ya with a smokey feast.

To be honest, I didn't expect us to win.  It's been a dicey season for us and Panthers been rock solid.

Ya just never know how things gonna go.  Glad to see Mr. Manning go out with a good'un !

post #6 of 16

Everything looks delicious!

 

Perfect meal for the Superbowl.

 

Glad to see the old man go home with another win too!

 

Al

post #7 of 16
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Thank ya Al :icon_biggrin:

post #8 of 16
Tasty looking spread! Nice smoke!

POINTS!
post #9 of 16
Wow. Great cook. Everything looks tasty
post #10 of 16
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Originally Posted by b-one View Post

Great smoke,your Bronco's cost me$100!!

 

Hey I have some nice beach property in SE New Mexico I have been needing to sell, I don't guess you'd be interested, its a really good deal. I need some cash and moving at the moment. 

 

<Chuckles> I serious bet the Denver Boys for only one reason T. J. Ward. Dang that dude is impressive!

post #11 of 16

Why don't people who cook like that ever invite me? 

 

Great looking party spread!

post #12 of 16
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Thanks Sailor !

post #13 of 16
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Thanks much Farmer !

post #14 of 16
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Thank ya Foamheart ! Ya ever in Farmington,Mo. give a shout, yer invited :beercheer:

post #15 of 16

What a great meal!

 

Disco

post #16 of 16
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Thank ya Disco !  It did not suck :beercheer: 

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