Sunday smoke with qview...

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  1. worktogthr

    worktogthr Master of the Pit SMF Premier Member

    Well it was a crappy day yesterday but today the forecast called for less rain. Hadn't used my masterbuilt in a while so I was excited to fire her up this morning. Don't have pics of the whole process but instead the results. At 8:00 this morning I threw on two pastramis that had been sitting in my fridge since Friday night, rubbed in the Amazingribs.com rub. Put them on with some apple wood at around 235. At 10:00, I threw in an untrimmed rack of spares with Jeff's rub and a few buffalo chicken SBTs (made with mini sweet peppers).

    The Buffalo chicken SBTs were a great snack...about 2 hours at 235.


    Jeff's rub was really great on the ribs. I went completely naked the whole time. No foil, no spritizing, no saucing. Took almost 7 hours for the tenderness to be where I wanted it.

    Even my daughter liked them...


    The pastramis were in the smoker for about 10 hours and I finished them in the oven. Going to steam and slice them during the week. The one on the left is a point cut and the one on the right is a flat cut.


    Thanks for looking and I hope you all had a good weekend!
     
  2. Nice assortment man  [​IMG]   I'll bet that buffalo chicken would be great in some habaneros!  [​IMG]
     
  3. worktogthr

    worktogthr Master of the Pit SMF Premier Member

    Thanks! I agree about turning the heat up with ABTs but a lot of my friends and family can't even handle the jalapeños when I have made them so in the name of research (and due to a good price on the little sweet peppers) I did a little experimenting. Definitely will be making those again.
     
  4. All looks really great. Good looking strami.
     

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