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eyeguy 54

Rib time

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Mike89

that's funny, I have been thinking of ribs too!!!!  now I will really be thinking of them!!!!  just might have to dig them out of the freezer!!!!  I like the dry rub method too!!!

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eyeguy 54

Made plenty so I can treat the neighbors 😁

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Mike89

I like to do at least 2 racks at a time too, both sharing and pigging out!!!   🍻

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eyeguy 54

Almost did three racks. 😁

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Austin12345

oh my Im so hungry now😁

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eyeguy 54

Last step. 😁

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Mike89

watch out for the attack dog!!!    

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IceHawk

Look good Royce be nice to get a Topic going about Smoking and not hippie lettuce 😂 Maybe we could all learn some recipies techniques from each other.  I've been smoking on my Bradley for a few years and enjoy it. 

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rumeye

Once again you're killing me😀

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eyeguy 54
On 3/29/2020 at 7:37 PM, IceHawk said:

Look good Royce be nice to get a Topic going about Smoking and not hippie lettuce 😂 Maybe we could all learn some recipies techniques from each other.  I've been smoking on my Bradley for a few years and enjoy it. 

Really like the Bradley. A nice step up from the master built. 

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eyeguy 54

The lodge seams to be a good place to throw out all kinds of different subjects. Probably be putting birds pics in here soon. Lol😁

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Borch

Ever do beef ribs?  They are a nice change and delicious.   Toughest part is finding the big meaty plank short ribs.  But they are awesome when you do.

 

Smokes beef ribs

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eyeguy 54

Never have but will look for some. Love St Louis ribs over babybacks

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Borch

Me too!

 

I guess Costco has the big beef ribs if you order them.  Otherwise if you ask for a plank short rib from you butcher they'll come big and meaty. 

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IceHawk

Just threw a bunch of  Chicken legs on the Bradley. Rubbed with a Jack Daniels brown sugar dry rub. Smoked at 275 for around 3 hours with some apple wood  Looking forward to the end results. 👍  We always buy our ribs from a local meat marts Tessmer meats and Bragleman meats. Nice and fresh!  Royce I prefer St louis myself over the baby backs. Anyone have any tips for doing a pork butt? Going to give one a whirl sometime in the future here and it will be my first time doing one. 

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eyeguy 54

When I do a pork butt I just rub it all over and smoke  it at 230 3 hours or so with hickory.fat up. Then scrape the fat layer off.  Then it goes into the crock pot on high for about 5 hours. 1/4 cup water in the crock pot and I add a bit more rub on top  Get it up to 205-210. 8-9 hour project and really good. Grab a couple forks and pull it while it’s hot. Pics when you do it. 😁🐖🐖

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Borch

I do a dry rub and coat it in yellow mustard to get the rub to really stick.  I haven't injected any of mine but a lot of guys do.  I picked up an injector a couple weeks ago but haven't used it yet.  Smoke moderate for about 2 hrs at 250-275 degrees,( a little longer if you like a dark bark like I do.)  I wrap mine in foil and put back on the grill to get to temp.  Sometimes I finish them in the oven.   Like Royce said shred with a couple forks when It's still warm/hot.  I keep a little of the rub to mix in once its shredded.   Its delicious!

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Mike89
2 hours ago, Borch said:

Ever do beef ribs?  They are a nice change and delicious.   Toughest part is finding the big meaty plank short ribs.  But they are awesome when you do.

 

Smokes beef ribs

no but I want to!!  and I agree on the pork ribs too!!!    the BBQpit boys are funny and I sure enjoy watching their stuff..

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Borch

They are a hoot and make some killer stuff on all sorts of grilling/smoking equipment.   I check out their youtube channel all the time.

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IceHawk

They turned out Awesome !

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IceHawk

Noticed one was missing from pic my test subject 😂. Really like the Bradley magic matts they rock! Very little sticking. 

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