Nice weather = Smoke and BEER

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bignick

Meat Mopper
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Mar 22, 2008
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Southaven, MS
It's 67* right now in the Memphis area.  Early dose of spring and sunshine.  So, what do folks like us do?  You're damn right.  Fire it up.  BB's on the smoker and ABTs to come.  Also going to do some beans and mac n cheese in the MES.  I'm gonna see how big of a dent I can put in this case of beer.  I've got the village idiots on the way over, it might get rowdy.

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It's 67* right now in the Memphis area.  Early dose of spring and sunshine.  So, what do folks like us do?  You're damn right.  Fire it up.  BB's on the smoker and ABTs to come.  Also going to do some beans and mac n cheese in the MES.  I'm gonna see how big of a dent I can put in this case of beer.  I've got the village idiots on the way over, it might get rowdy.
looks like you and the villagers are going to have a great early spring day in mid winter... cheers
 
Here they were going in the foil and then right when they came out 2 hours later.  I didn't get finished pics, but I whipped up a glaze that turned out awesome.  I didn't measure anything, but threw these ingredients in a sauce pan:  Sweet Baby Ray's sweet and spicy, wicker's marinade, honey, and karo syrup.  I brushed a light coat of this on, and it really put a shine on the ribs and tasted amazing.

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No Rendezvous rub on them? That sounds like a tasty glaze. I like my ribs sweet so I'll have to give it a try.


 I use Rendezvous all the time, and its great...but I've been using this rub recipe from a friend that does comps.  I added a lot of Cayenne pepper to the rub to kick it up.  The sweet glaze with the after kick of the spicy rub and the pink smoke ring all the way to the bone made some tasty treats.  Can't wait to do them again.
 
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