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Old 06-30-2018, 01:03 PM   #1
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Yesterday I hit up one of our small local meat markets, Southern Alabama Custom Meats.
I'd called looking for IMPS #130 Beef chuck, short ribs, and he had them.
I went in and he had two individually wrapped racks frozen, I asked him if he had any more not frozen and still cryo vac'd.

He did, a four pack, I originally only wanted three but he knocked a dollar off per pound if I took all four... SOLD!


I also picked up a nice rabbit, yeah just one, just my younger son and I will eat it.
Probably cook it up for Sunday dinner, smoked, herb stuffed and bacon wrapped.






Anyways, lets get this cook rolling.


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Hickory Smoked Beef Ribs, basted with a sauce of Black Bean, Lime and Garlic

Grilled Maple Sweet Potatoes
Southwestern Avocado Salad


The Ribs
Four racks of IMPS #130 rubbed with SPOG, paprika and Cajun spice
Wrapped in the fridge overnight, then taken out and allowed to come to room temp
Smoker set to run between 275-300 with hickory for smoke and a water pan
Plan is to cook these with no crutch/braise and baste a few times towards the end











More to Come as the Cook Progresses



Southwestern Avocado Salad


The ingredients remain pretty much the same as always, but no two batches are ever the same.









Grilled Maple Sweet Potatoes


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Old 06-30-2018, 04:03 PM   #2
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Yes'sir, cooking along at 280 right, 3 hours in and just got to first baste with my dinner date

Smoke Vault is a Smokin



And the ribs are looking so fine

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Grilled Maple Sweet Potatoes

Chop sweet potatoes into wedges, place on grilling tray, brush with butter and spice with cayenne or Cajun seasoning
Place on grill over med high-high heat and grill till just tender
Brush with Maple glaze and finish


1/4C Maple syrup
1/8C brown sugar
2T butter

1t cinnamon
heat in microwave and mix thoroughly





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Damn that looks good !! You sure know how to through down

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I have only cooked dino ribs a couple times. Rather have pig but if done right, beef ribs are good... Those look purty sporty brother!
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Nice. How long did you end up doing the ribs for?
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Nice. How long did you end up doing the ribs for?
They took about 5.5hrs, they probed butter tender at approx 195-200.
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How do you make the southwest avocado salad? It looks delicious and I need to make something my wife would eat when I bbq a brisket next week. It would be a big improvement over my normal just throw some random veggies on the grill for us.
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