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  1. huskyjw

    St. Louis ribs from Costco

    A few weeks back I bought 2 racks of St. Louis ribs from Costco.  I'm not a newbie at smoking meat....but far from a professional. One rack I used the 3-2-1 method...but the other rack I decided to just leave 'em in and see what happens. The 3-2-1 was what it always is....but I REALLY liked...
  2. huskyjw

    ?? about smoking chicken and safety

    So I'm smoking up some chicken breasts and have a quetion. Since I'm only doing chicken...can I have the breasts on two racks of the smoker one on top of the other. Or for safety do I have to have chicken all on the same rack? I figured I could use two racks since I'm only smoking chicken but...
  3. huskyjw

    Greetings from Oregon

    My name is Jeff and I've just started using a propane GOSM this spring/summer. I'm an absolute newbie to smoking so any info is always good info!!! This site is the absolute best! Looking forward to reading/sharing everybody's experiences.
  4. huskyjw

    Smoked spareribs for 2nd time this past weekend

    First off, these were the spareribs from Costco so they had the skirt and everything still on them. I kinda, sorta knew what I was doing trimming them up....they ended up trimmed perfectly I took the trimmings and smoked those for an hour, and then wrapped in foil for another hour (Gadzooks...
  5. huskyjw

    Need help with spareribs

    Will do!! I've been a lurker for about 3-4 months now and have found excellent recipes and techniques on here. Being from Oregon I don't have a lot of bbq places to get advice from, so I need to start small with a propane smoker and move my way up. By the way, tried the smoked meatloaf about...
  6. huskyjw

    Need help with spareribs

    Lat time I used the 3-2-1 method and they were delicous but for one teeny, tiny thing.....when I went to slice the ribs the meat was essentially shredding. Did I cook too long? Was it the knife (it was a carving knife with "teeth") I kept the temps anywhere from 225-250 the whole time....oh...