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Todays Smoke is......... Ribs

post #1 of 13
Thread Starter 
I should say todays cook icon_rolleyes.gif As long as the Rain passes...
The wife wants some ribs cooked the OLD way... I told her I'll use the smoker but with no wood, No gas grill cooking... So I will try some rub on My rack, not sure what rub yet??? And hers will be plain ribs with her Mom's recipe for BBQ sauce..

Picked these up at BJ's the other day..
post #2 of 13
Since your going in two different directions with the coating, why not cook them differently too. You could slow cook her ribs in the oven, put yours in the smoker with wood. Same temps, ready at the same time, your both happy icon_smile.gif. Life is all about compromise icon_idea.gif.
post #3 of 13
I hear the same thing from my wife and I don't get it. But I guess if I want to "get it" I better just do it.PDT_Armataz_01_28.gif
post #4 of 13
Thread Starter 
You hit the nail on the HEAD .... Mama did not raise no fool.. I get my way many.. many times so I can give in to keep the Misses happyicon_smile.gif
It will be good now matter how there done..
post #5 of 13
Thread Starter 
Ok some pics...
One coated and cut rack.. Used some Emeralds and some of Jeff's rub with turbinado instead of the other..

***XX Careful kiddies ... NAKED RIB SLAB....

The pair on the Smoker, I tried some different rubs on the cut off meat..

Smoker hard at work????

Wait no SMOKE so here is proof..

About 2 hrs in... Having some trouble getting temp up today????
post #6 of 13
Great looking racks so far! Never have tried mixing Jeff's rub with other rubs, but have read several people have done it ... will need to try that next time!
post #7 of 13
Thread Starter 
We'll I got to give the wife credit.. It was a great idea.. I love smoked ribs but its nice to change things up once in a while.. These non smoked Ribs were GREAT. I did a straight 4.5 hour cook, no smoke, no foil, no 3-2-1 I just did them the old way I used too.. They cam out super moist fall off the bone Ribs.
The home made Q sauce was even super..

Cut up

The Slab, not so Naked now

cut up

I will be doing No smoke ribs again..
post #8 of 13
THEY LOOK GREAT!PDT_Armataz_01_37.gif
post #9 of 13
Dang, now it's gonna be hard to wait until Sunday when I smoke mine!!!!!
I just HAD to look at your pix!!!!
But I have the opposite problem ... yes the wife doesn't like smoked meat as much as I do, but she wants ALL THAT HICKORY OUT OF HER YARD ASAP!!!!!
So, what's a person to do????
post #10 of 13
send some my way, haha.
post #11 of 13
I can smoke every weekend from now until 2010, and probably wouldn't run out of hickory. Already split and stacked behind the shed.
I'm trying to find room to add a truckload of persimmon!!!!!
post #12 of 13
Looks great and probally tasted better PDT_Armataz_01_37.gif
post #13 of 13
Awesome job. Love those ribs.
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