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post #21 of 26
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They look really good..
I have a rack of backs in the smoker right now That I ended up curing for a week... can't wait to try 'em!

What cure did you use? Be sure to post your results
post #22 of 26

Pops brine.. Cure #1

I didn't want to highjack this thread.. But this sounds like an invite. 

As with all new methods I try, I keep it very simple to avoid variables. I have the rack in my GOSM over some AZ native oak and seasoned with my normal rub. I am not going to foil or sauce while smoking. 

They should be coming 'round the bend soon..

 

In the GOSM..

 

3 hours in 260 degreeish temp..

post #23 of 26
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Originally Posted by Pit 4 Brains View Post

Pops brine.. Cure #1
I didn't want to highjack this thread.. But this sounds like an invite. 
As with all new methods I try, I keep it very simple to avoid variables. I have the rack in my GOSM over some AZ native oak and seasoned with my normal rub. I am not going to foil or sauce while smoking. 
They should be coming 'round the bend soon..

In the GOSM..


Nice. I would start your own thread so you can get the replies.

Going to the great.
post #24 of 26

Thanks..

I'll do a thread when I  do a couple racks of St. Louis spares..

post #25 of 26
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Thanks..

I'll do a thread when I  do a couple racks of St. Louis spares..


Hi Pete,

Thought I'd let you know my findings:

I found when doing Pork Spares for Bacon-On-A-Stick, it's better to leave them full, instead of trimming to St Louis.

 

More Meat and more Moist finished product.  Great Stuff.

 

 

Bear

post #26 of 26
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Originally Posted by Bearcarver View Post
 


Hi Pete,

Thought I'd let you know my findings:

I found when doing Pork Spares for Bacon-On-A-Stick, it's better to leave them full, instead of trimming to St Louis.

 

More Meat and more Moist finished product.  Great Stuff.

 

 

Bear


Tip taken..!

They're just ugly when whole.

Thanks Bear..

-Pit

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