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Accidental Bliss

post #1 of 4
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Ok I have to admit I was trying to cut an hour and a half off my baby backs smoke time.

First, I cooked them in my Weber (indirect heat) at approx 275 for an hour. I then transfered it to my GOSM at 230 for another hour. I then put it in a aluminum pan covered it with foil and put apple juice in the pan. I was then going to keep on cooking it at 230 for another hour and take it out for a half hour for a total cook time of 3.5 hours (guessing). Well everything went well until I put it in the pan with apple juice.

It started to snow so I turned up the heat after opening the door. Well I forgot to turn it back down....I spaced out!!! I waited an hour before checking it again and the smoker was smokin, and not the good kinda smoke. The apple juice was gone and the ribs looked like a lost cause.

I decided to keep it foiled for a half hour and low and behold. Total Bliss!!! My wife ate more then half that night and can not stop telling people how amazing it was.

Lucky I guess.
post #2 of 4
Accidents do happen, even to the best of us. icon_smile.gif Glad yours had a happy, delicious ending.
post #3 of 4
Your accident is similiar to how i cook them.icon_biggrin.gif
post #4 of 4
Now try and duplicate the process.biggrin.gif
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