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    Sun finally made an appearance and I've got the beef ribs in the smoker. About 250 F temp. We'll see what happens in about 3 or 4 hours.


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    ^ they look nice and meaty, long time since i've had Beef Ribs instead of a Rib Of Beef joint.

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    I found a new app too...Snapseed. We'll see if I can get Mendip quality out of it.

    Edit...just experimenting with the app. Don't know if I can tell a difference while I'm on my mobile. But anyway got some good smoke rolling lets see if this pic shows it with Snapseed "pop"



    ...meh...can't really see a difference myself.

    Edit2...

    A little over halfway thru the 3 hours. Starting to get some pullback from the bones.

    Last edited by SKkin; 09-04-2020 at 12:52 AM.

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    Need about an hour more so brought them inside and lightly brushed with some sauce and then I'll use a Texas Crutch...



    Which means covering with some liquid involved...in this case a little water and a little apple juice in the bottom of this foil pan.

    Texas Crutch...



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    Texas Crutch had to look that up, its that god awful Aussie way of BBQing in foil. You've done the leg work tho so the flavour is baked in already - i'd struggle to share

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    Yeah well it's cheating basically.

    Next time you see them they should be ready to plate and then gnaw on.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SKkin View Post
    Yeah well it's cheating basically.
    Erm the 2 minute ding is cheating BBQ and other outdoorsy cooking contraptions are an art, its practice and knowing the kit and prep.....and ensuring you are not too pissed to miss the bite point.

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    ^Good thing I quit drinking ages ago...well except for a little wine now and then. The wife made an apple whatnot for desert.



    Eat drink and be merry for tomorrow we might die...Covid warriors.

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    Woohoo! Finally done. Took them out and mixed the juices in the foil pan with the earlier sauce, cut them all into single ribs and gave them a light brushing.

    Put them on a cookie sheet covered with foil and put them in a warm oven to hold until time to eat.



    Be back later with a pic of my plate...baked taters with green beans and carrots. Will try to give a side view of one of the ribs.

    Still have the mess to clean up too...the smoker etc.. Already wore out. Pretty hot out there and 85% humidity.

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    Great stuff. I luv an American BBQ.

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    Jeez, those pics are making me hungry.
    Time to annihilate the kitchen

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    Great work. I don’t think aluminum foil is cheating - it’s a required step for good ribs.

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    Oh ya. I would love to dig into some of those ribs. Looks fantastic.

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    Thanks everyone. Be back in a little with final pics. Have to get on my PC first...after I finish the clean-up.

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    Ok here's my plate with my two starter ribs and then I had two more after those.



    One of the ribs sliced and from the side.



    Dessert...apple whatsit with vanilla ice cream on top.




    I'm out...
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    Oh! Nice smoke penetration on those ribs. I would so like to do some BBQ but some loser crept onto my property and stole the propane tank from my grill and with COVID-19 I am not in a hurry to go buy a replacement.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bsnub View Post
    I am not in a hurry to go buy a replacement.
    I finally found one yesterday, at almost double the price of what I usually pay. Keeps that up it may crimp my BBQ style this year. Smoking uses quite a bit of propane...

    Nobody stole mine though, I was just about out from last year...and I keep two tanks on hand. I should have went and got a full one at the end of last year's BBQ season. That will learn me.

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    ^

    Did you know that Costco fills them for cheap? I personally go to a local gas station and get it filled for like $15. But now I need a new tank. I should have moved the grill to the back yard where nobody would have seen it. Oh well.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bsnub View Post
    Did you know that Costco fills them for cheap?
    Too far away for me. I usually go to Walmart for a $14 tank exchange...minus my lifetime associate discount @ 10%. But they say they're out of stock. I think it's more they don't want to fool with them now because of the Covid19 procedures. All the propane tanks are down on the GM side and they only have the grocery entrance open now...and restricting the amount of people going in. So I found the one yesterday at a Casey's convenience store here in town. $25 with tax...

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    Quote Originally Posted by bsnub View Post
    and stole the propane tank from my grill
    One does not BBQ with gas...

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    Quote Originally Posted by TheRealKW View Post
    One does not BBQ with gas...
    Indeed, wood and charcoal is the way to go.
    Might as well use the oven if you want to cook on gas.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TheRealKW View Post
    One does not BBQ with gas...
    I use gas to grill. Real American BBQ needs hardwood for the sacred smoke.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TheRealKW View Post
    Great work. I don’t think aluminum foil is cheating - it’s a required step for good ribs.
    At home if you dont have a smoker yes. But the best ribs are simply smoked, for hours and hours, get that smoke ring...


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    So it's unpossible to produce wood smoke in gas fired BBQ grills and smokers. Hmmm, good to know. Guess there's no point in continuing this then.

    btw, ribs and especially baby back ribs can be over smoked.

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