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Making up for four years worth of C-rats!!!

post #1 of 17
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Yeah, that's it.

Sounds like a good excuse to me! :biggrin: 

 

 

Two racks of spare ribs.

 

post #2 of 17

:popcorn  I'm in.

post #3 of 17
Thread Starter 

 

Man, them there ribs right there gonna be the best ever, really, really man, I'm serious. :laugh1:

post #4 of 17
Looks tatsy!
post #5 of 17
Thread Starter 

Things could be worse.

First rib smoke of the year is now officially canceled.

 

 

 

 

Into the 225° oven they go.

 

post #6 of 17

Oh no Joe, say it ain't so! Light some chips off in the oven! No, No, don't do that, just joking...... Use wood splits on the bottom rack, meat on the top.

 

I agree those are pretty ribs, you make me cry when you trim them....LOL

 

 

"Stuff happens" Its how you adapt that matters.

post #7 of 17
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Originally Posted by Foamheart View Post
 

Oh no Joe, say it ain't so! Light some chips off in the oven! No, No, don't do that, just joking...... Use wood splits on the bottom rack, meat on the top.

 

I agree those are pretty ribs, you make me cry when you trim them....LOL

 

 

"Stuff happens" Its how you adapt that matters.

 

 

Didn't want to wake the neighbors at 2am with my smoke alarm going off. Couldn't find any liquid smoke, so I opted to rinse off the inside of my WSM lid. Mixed the runoff with some apple juice and a little rub, brought it to a boil with the lid 3/4 on 1/4 off at 22.5° angle collecting the condensate. Would've liked to run that through a coffee filter but, I have one of them fancy Kurgigs and threw out the filters years ago. I'm tired but the wheels are still meshing, so I went straight for the sock drawer. Well, the ones I was wearing were only.... anyway I injected the ribs. Still would be better than C-rats!


Edited by JP61 - 3/28/16 at 2:38am
post #8 of 17

Joe any reason for trimming the ribs like that? 

Richie

post #9 of 17
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:biggrin: Just getting my money's worth out of them cheap knifes. 

 

I always trim most of the fat and square them off, mainly so they cook more evenly.

My four legged friend also eats and has one life. I wouldn't want to go through life eating nothing but croutons.

I usually also throw some of the trimmings on for snacks during the cook. 

Besides my camera only takes square and/or rectangular pictures.

post #10 of 17

They look great so far!

 

Are they done yet?

 

Al

post #11 of 17
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I would have been better off freezing these ribs for another day on the WSM. 

Can't believe how spoiled I've gotten over the past few years eating smoked ribs.

 

 

Thanks 

post #12 of 17

Well whatever you did, remember it! Those are some nice looking ribs!

post #13 of 17
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Originally Posted by Foamheart View Post
 

Well whatever you did, remember it! Those are some nice looking ribs!

 

Thanks!

Hopefully I won't be needing to bake ribs in the oven again anytime soon. Night and Day!

post #14 of 17
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Thanks!

Hopefully I won't be needing to bake ribs in the oven again anytime soon. Night and Day!

At least you didn't boil them . LOL

post #15 of 17
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At least you didn't boil them . LOL

 

:biggrin: I did foil them, which is pretty much the same thing imo. 

post #16 of 17
Too bad you couldn't smoke them,they still look good! What was the reason to cancel your smoke?
post #17 of 17
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Thanks b-one!

 

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