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post #21 of 34
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Re: homemade wood smoker

great idea i will smoke these babies within a hour or so of perfection, and then instead of putting a glaze with barbecue sauce on the grill, ill use a mix that i have in a little flour and corn starch and drop em for a yet to be determined time , maybe two to three minutes or so.. hmmmmm... ill get back to you soon :idea: :idea: :idea:
post #22 of 34
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Re: homemade wood smoker

hey guys and gals i had a real nice smoke -fry last friday, the ribs were smoked for about four hours at abiut 200 degrees then taken out lightly basted with bbq sauce and floured and dropped into a 300 degree fryer for about three minutes, the cryst it produced was great, and the ribs were still very ten der. i think this method still needs a little work. but its a nice a;ternative to meat always falling off the bone. sometimes a little chew is nice. pics to fo;;ow i hope gato
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post #23 of 34
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heyy guys here are more pics of the smoke fry
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post #24 of 34
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forgot the important pic
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post #25 of 34
Hey 'Cat, you just might be onto something with that smoke/fry. What "tweaking" might you be doing on this experiment?

BTW- Nice pics.
post #26 of 34

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Very interesting.......................I think I'll try this weekend. I'm afraid you really started something here. Thanks for the great pics and posts.
post #27 of 34
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hey dutch im thinking that i will wrap the ribs for a hour or so before i bast them, and also as you sugested use different types of seasonings with the flour, also tweak the time in the fryer. three minutes was plenty,wildcat
post #28 of 34
those look good! I might try something loke that. By the way thats one fine looking smoker.
post #29 of 34

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Great work on keeping up with this idea, I think you really got something new here. Awesome. I have some left over ribs from my last smoke. You can guess where they're going! I think this method will be great for reheating leftovers as well.
post #30 of 34
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thanx guys, let me know how this idea works for you, that leftover rib deal sounds good too. cat
post #31 of 34
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thanx guys, let me know how this idea works for you, that leftover rib deal sounds good too. cat
post #32 of 34
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thanx guys, let me know how this idea works for you, that leftover rib deal sounds good too. cat
post #33 of 34

Re: homemade wood smoker

yo,
since they talked about smoking then
deep [cajun] fry turkey last year.

it was only a matter of time....

once again [on this forum] i will learn things from
other peoples thoughts and hard woirk.

go cat go
post #34 of 34
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hey larry i dudnt hear about the smoked turkey and then fry thing as im new to this site. but im in hog heaven now that iknow about smf
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