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Sunday Dinner Smoke

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by scayne62, Nov 4, 2013.

  1. Found some boneless country spares on sale when I was wondering the market the other day, figured why the hell not. These things were massive compared to the last ones my wife found. I do not usually like cooking boneless I prefer a full rack but the price was right. I rubbed the ribs with Famous Daves rib rub for half of them and Famous Daves Rib Rub, Slap your Mama Cajun and a little dried hot pepper concoction I have from our garden this year as the MIL and daughter do not like it spicy. I also threw on a slab of fresh ham left from our last whole hog purchase and smoked it along side the ribs. I threw on some salt to help with flavor and than glazed it with brown sugar, honey and a little OJ the last 30-45 minutes of the cook.   here are some pics, no cooking pics as we all know what pork and ham look like on a UDS. We have Brown Rice with Craisens and some Normandy Blend vegetables as our sides. Everything turned out great and everyone was pleased and full.

    Spicy [​IMG]



    Smoked Ham

    Smoked Ham


    plated ready for consumption

    Thanks for looking.
    Last edited: Nov 4, 2013
  2. woodcutter

    woodcutter Master of the Pit OTBS Member

    I can't get see the pictures. Error message.
  3. Try it now, I changed the links, sorry about that.
  4. cappyr

    cappyr Meat Mopper

    The stuff looks great.[​IMG].    Here is a picture tip.  the button up by the smiley face that looks  like sun over mountains is the picture up load tool.  if ya click it a window oens then ya click "up load files" and ya can browse ya computer and load the pics straight to ya post.  They show up here with out havin to click a link.  It's easier than storing them at photo bucket and then copying the link.

    To save money we make our own country style ribs by carving them off a Boston butte roast.  That's what butchers do.
  5. woodcutter

    woodcutter Master of the Pit OTBS Member

    They are working now. Everything looks great and nice plate!!
  6. Thanks for the tip, I am so used to using photobucket I just did it, guess I should have payed more attention to the welcoming tutorial. [​IMG]

    I will definitely keep that in mind for next time so everyone can see the pics easier. Also thanks for the tip on the boston butt, I normally do not like to cook ribs that way but the price was right.
    Last edited: Nov 4, 2013