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No wrap ribs and Brisket point

Big Glenn

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We were planning to celebrate my wife's birthday Sunday but I needed to do most of the cooking Saturday. I had 4 racks of back ribs and a small brisket point from the freezer. Got them ready Saturday morning. 2 racks with Jeff's rub and 2 racks and the Point with Jeff's Texas rub.
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Got them on the Pit Boss gasser. Smoked with a mixture of apple and hickory. Here's how they looked when finished smoking
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put them in a cooler to rest for a few hours and then in to the fridge for the night. Took the out of the fridge Sunday afternoon and after glazing with Jeff's rub cut with a little vineger, then on to the grill to finis
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When everything was good and hot pulled them and served with baked potatoes and slaw.
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I have to say this was the first cook I have done that I said "damn this is good" A lot of credit has to go to Jeff's rubs, and I am finally learning to manage my smoker

Thanks for looking
 

gmc2003

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Excellent looking. Those ribs and brisket are done perfectly.

Point for sure
Chris
 

SmokinAl

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Awesome looking ribs & brisket!
Happy birthday to your wife!!
Al
 

Big Glenn

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WOOO-HOOO I made the carousel. Thanks everyone for the nice comments. I will pass the birthday wishes along to the wife.
 

jcam222

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Congrats on the carousel!! Very deserving as your food looks awesome!!
 

sky monkey

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Great looking meal! Point for you and Jeff :) Really great cook from the looks of it, I'm jealous
 

tomd8

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Ribs and brisket look great. Making my mouth water and it's only 7:30am (LOL). I'm curious how different the ribs tasted between the 2 rubs? Great Job!
 

Big Glenn

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Definatly liked the original rub better on the ribs. For my taste pork benefits from a little sweetness but there were no complaints.
 

PorkBones

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That's a juicy looking brisket. Ribs look fantastic too. You got a nice color/bark on both!
 
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We were planning to celebrate my wife's birthday Sunday but I needed to do most of the cooking Saturday. I had 4 racks of back ribs and a small brisket point from the freezer. Got them ready Saturday morning. 2 racks with Jeff's rub and 2 racks and the Point with Jeff's Texas rub.View attachment 402948
Got them on the Pit Boss gasser. Smoked with a mixture of apple and hickory. Here's how they looked when finished smoking
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put them in a cooler to rest for a few hours and then in to the fridge for the night. Took the out of the fridge Sunday afternoon and after glazing with Jeff's rub cut with a little vineger, then on to the grill to finisView attachment 402952

When everything was good and hot pulled them and served with baked potatoes and slaw.
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I have to say this was the first cook I have done that I said "damn this is good" A lot of credit has to go to Jeff's rubs, and I am finally learning to manage my smoker

Thanks for looking
 

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