1st Ribs w/ Pics

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lubbocksmoker

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Feb 20, 2011
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Lubbock Texas
Hope these pictures come out. I thought people were kidding when they said "Ribs will pull off the bone"

I took some of these up to my wife's work for lunch and one lady actually tried to pay for them!! I told her they are free while I am learning.

Thanks to all you guys that gave me tips and advice. The only better would have been that the windstorm would have hit later in the day. In Lubbock we have 30 mile winds sustained.

Enjoy the pics. Do I have to turn my man card in if my wife said they looked beatuiful?

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Great Looking Ribs,  They look like they have lots of meat on them...  And, the color is beautiful...
 
Those are great looking ribs and like the The Dude said talk to us man
 
Lubbock, Now those are some fine looking ribs! Beautiful color and with your wife's approval I am sure that the taste was out of this world.  It's that kind of Q that makes us all feel good.  So keep up the good work and keep the Q-view coming!

Your SMF Friend,

Barry 
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Yes those ribs were meaty, I got them @ Sam's for $20.00. It was 2 1/2 racks worth.

 As far as rub goes I used a over the counter chicken and pork rub, "Grill Creations" by Durkee.

I smoked with Lump Charcoal and Mesquite, with a couple chunks of Hickory, I kept @ about 2:30 for 2/2/1. I used a mustard base , and spritzed them with apple juice and then when I wrapped them I put a little AJ in the foil with ribs.

I really enjoyed it except for the Dust storm yesterday.
 
Yes those ribs were meaty, I got them @ Sam's for $20.00. It was 2 1/2 racks worth.

 As far as rub goes I used a over the counter chicken and pork rub, "Grill Creations" by Durkee.

I smoked with Lump Charcoal and Mesquite, with a couple chunks of Hickory, I kept @ about 2:30 for 2/2/1. I used a mustard base , and spritzed them with apple juice and then when I wrapped them I put a little AJ in the foil with ribs.

I really enjoyed it except for the Dust storm yesterday.
Looks like you put all that info you soaked up on SMF to good use. Great job on the ribs
 
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