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first ribs with Q-view

roklimo

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Did some babybacks yesterday.  Also did a couple of yardbirds.  Rubbed both with Memphis dust and held the smoker at 275 for 3.5 hrs. Applewood from a local orchard provided the smoke.    Foiled ribs for last hour.  Not too many pics, but here are a couple of the finished product.  Ribs were fantastic!  Chicken could have used brine...



 
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rdknb

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looks good from here, was the chicken dry when you cut into it?
 

rw willy

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Next time your chicken turns out that "bad" send it to me!

The good thing about dry chix is smoked chix salad.

All looks great, keep smoking.
 

tom37

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Looks good.

You have given me hope for todays smoke.

With the wind today I am having a really tough time keeping temps low. I have made three failed attempts at making a wind break and the darn wind keeps changing direction. I hope my chicken turns out half that good.
 

roklimo

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looks good from here, was the chicken dry when you cut into it?
The breast on one of the chickens was a bit dry.  The one I took the pic of was much better.  The ribs were real good, even though I prefer spare ribs over baby backs.  Couldn't pass up the deal at $1.49 per pound, so I loaded up on them.
 

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