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Gee whiz. I have been sucessful at my little Spirit Weber BBQ, for many years now. I got a wiff of the smoker smells, my down stairs neighbor produced. They bought a smoker and that got me thinkin'... Smokin' is better than BBQ. It's the best of both. So, I tried first to smoke in my Weber, and my baby back pork ribs came out petrified rocks. That was three weeks ago. The ribs actually clanked on the plate when I took them off the grill. I have never before cooked a meal like this, nor did I ever imagine I could.
I have a lot to learn, I see. I didn't want to buy a big smoker. I don't have a lot of room for that. I am now experimenting with my Weber (baby) Q 140, electric grill, and trying to find a way to smoke small quatities of fall-off-the-bone ribs, in a simple way, not taking up a lot of space, and without a lot of clean up. That is my goal.
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Glad to have you with us.

Being new at smoking, you might want to check out Jeff's 5Day Smoking Basics eCourse, you can find it here 5 Day eCourse
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Well Bonnie first off welcome to SMF. You'll like it here there are alot of good people here that just love to help out in many ways. First I would suggest that you look up the 5-day E-course it free and very informative on smoking meat. The next thing to do is hang out in here and read the threads and responces and you will learn a bunch. then go smoke something and post it with picture we love the Qview.
Welcome To The Addiction.
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Welcome to the SMF. You'll have fun here. Don't hesitate to ask about anything.
Besides the 5 day course, try reading about the 3-2-1 method for ribs in the sidebar to the left.
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Welcome to the site, you'll be smoking excellent meals in no time.
One way to help out with ribs taking up a lot of space would be to get a rib rack, then you can smoke them sideways and have free space for...well for anything extra you smoke.
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Welcome to SMF. Glad you joined us.
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Welcome aboard! With the help from the folks here you will be making the best ribs you have ever tasted in no time!
post #8 of 15

Welcome Bonnie!

Hi Bonnie,

My name is Tiarnan and I am a "Que-aholic".

I last smoked about...8 hours ago....and am Dang Proud of it! icon_mrgreen.gif
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Welcome Bonnie!

Hi Bonnie,

My name is Tiarnan and I am a "Que-aholic".

I last smoked about...8 hours ago....and am Dang Proud of it! icon_mrgreen.gif

Welcome to the addiction!
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And apparently I stutter on occasion too... icon_confused.gif
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Welcome aboard Bonnie.
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Welcome to SMF “Bonnie the Dustbunny". Careful that you don’t burn your tail! LOL icon_wink.gif
Anyway great to have you aboard!
Thomas biggrin.gif
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Welcome, Bonnie. The spirit is a gas grill, isn't it? If so, check out this link. Shows how to get great smoked ribs on a gas grill. And it works, that web page got me started smoking.
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Welcome to SMF! We can help with that clanking sound. PDT_Armataz_01_12.gif
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Welcome to the forum, Bonnie! I started smoking spares on my gas grill about 9 years ago. It can be done, with patience and the right methods.

I did break down and buy my first dedicated smoker over 5 years I have 3, plus a charcoal grill with mods for cold smoking.

You'll find the info you need to turn out great smoked foods here.

Good luck and happy smokes!


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