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My attempt at St Louis cut Ribs

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After pulling from smoker at just over 5 hrs at 225

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Welcome from Greenville. It's really good to have you here. Those ribs really look awesome. What type rub did you use?
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I used Websters dry smoke rub..but added about 1 tbs of garlic powder per 2 tbs of the websters...family likes alot of garlic flavor. Spritzed with apple cider vinegar and worschestershire (sp) mix prior to rubbing then about every 1.5 hrs during cook til last 30 min's then did it every 15 mins..
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The ribs look delicious!

 

Nice job!

 

Al

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Thanks. Family liked them. I want try 321 method next and see how it goes. Been reading and it looks to me if you don't experiment a bit you are missing out. So gonna experiment.
-Travis
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Those ribs look great. Good job !!!!

Experimenting is half the fun (more than half, I think).

Just keep plenty of notes so you will know which "experiments" worked and which didn't.

Welcome and happy smokin'

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