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Championship Ribs and Dutch's Beans

post #1 of 4
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Today decided after seeing previous posts on both items that it was time to try both.  Did spares instead of BB's as I like them a little better.   Sprinkled ribs and flap with rub, I used Magic Dust as I had some premade.

 

 

 

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 Then sprinkled with brown sugar and another layer of Magic Dust.

 

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Allowed brown sugar to liquify.

 

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Made up some of Dutch's Wicked Beans with some flap meat after it had smoked for 1 1/2 hours.

 

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Cooked them both in the smoker and cooked. Did this all with my MES and applewood.  Spritzed them with apple juice.

 

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Ribs looked good.

 

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Supper is served.

 

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All was good.  Only real change for next time is I would use a stronger rub with more pepper in it, Magic Dust is good, but not too spicy.  With all the sugar on the meat, it needs a spicier rub to balance it out.  Thanks for looking and hope you had a great Memorial Day.

post #2 of 4

Congrats, those are some great looking spares, and you just can't wrong with Dutch's Wicked baked Beans. Thanks for sharing the Q View, You are right about some rubs, the heat doesn't always hold through the smoking process. Have a good one my friend.

post #3 of 4

Looking good there. I have been meaning to try this method as well.

post #4 of 4

wow they look perfect

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