Come on down John, the doors always open. Thank you very much for the like also.Looks Great, Chris!!
I'd start with a plate just like yours!!
WOW, how'd you become a member without a beer pole OldSmoke . When I was younger I planted a empty can of beer in my yard and this is what grew. Now it's an indespencable part of my BBQing equipment.I’m pretty up to date about beer, but pretty new to smoking.
Have I missed the boat on an important smoking technique? I probably have a 4x4 that I can plant. How do I use it?
Thanks Al I appreciate it and the like. The corn is imported from some other state. Our farm fresh is still two months away unfrotunetly.Looks excellent & I love bi or white corn!
Appreciate that John and for the like. I figured you'd a forest of beer poles by now.
Thanks Brian and for the like. Unfortunetly I can't take credit for the final color. That was the BBQ sauce glaze.They look really good. Great color.
Thanks for the kind words and like 912 appreciate themYes sir great looking ribs and a fine plate Chris ! Nice job
One apple and one hickory(the hickory was the first one). No I don't bother with pulling the membrane off. To much work for this old coot. I was a little dissapointed I didn't get those Arkansa hillbilly teeth on this one. Maybe it was because of the membrane. Appreciate the like and compliment also Justin.YEAP! Another great post Chris!
Did you pull the membrane off? And what type of wood chucks did you use?
Thanks Warren, my wife loves sweet potato so I always make sure to put one on the grill for her. Gotta keep her happy so she keeps doing my laundry. I appreciate the like and kindly words also.Wowie great looking ribs a nice plate. But I would like the sweet tater. Salt and pepper works for me.
Dang busted. How the heck did you notice that Moto? I gonna have to remidy that next smoke - my bad. Thanks for the kind words, like and laugh also.
Thanks Ryan, I'm getting better with each cook.Your ribs look awesome!
Wow, that’s how beer is made. I have had it wrong for so many years. I am taking my box of empty (empty, right?) cans and starting a garden. How long before the beer plants mature and produce? Do they need to be pollinated?When I was younger I planted a empty can of beer in my yard and this is what grew.
Appreciate the kind words and like Dave. I don't make ribs often but with all the posts on ribs lately I got a taste for them.Nice bend to the ribs Chris, plate looks great.....have not made ribs for a month or so . Now i have to, thanks for the tasty look
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