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Old 02-11-2018, 01:13 AM   #1
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Default Chicken and Ribs, A Classic BBQ Combo

My wife and MiL were shopping at Costco and decided I was going to BBQ today.
Well dang, if I absolutely must.


They picked up chicken thighs and St. Louis ribs.
Chicken and Ribs, a Classic BBQ Combo!


Rub the ribs with my homemade pork rub.
Fire up the smoker to 225°-240° with Cherry for smoke.
Low-n-slow, no crutch, cook till they pass the 'Pop, Bend and Crack Test'.


The chicken got a good dousing of EVOO and a savory rub of spices.
They bypassed the smoker and went on the grill.


The women made some sides, they sauteed some asparagus and carrots, tossed a salad and baked some rolls.




















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Old 02-11-2018, 06:50 AM   #2
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Oh Man! Making me hungry! I heard they are doing a brisket on the beach for lunch where I'm anchored. That might have to do
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you gunna eat all that? might need some help, huh?
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What kind of smoker are you running CR? Looks good!
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What kind of smoker are you running CR? Looks good!
Camp Chef Smoke Vault 24 and a Char-Broil Commercial Tru-Infrared 5 burner.
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How much baby sitting do you have to do on that smoke vault, is there a lot of up and down on temperature, and can you reload the wood without opening the door?
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Oh..that looks amazing by the way.
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Hey Chile,

Where are you getting the wood that you use??
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Where are you getting the wood that you use??
Walmart, the Western brand of chunk wood, not chips.
They generally carry, Cherry, Apple, Pecan, Oak, Hickory and Mesquite
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How much baby sitting do you have to do on that smoke vault, is there a lot of up and down on temperature, and can you reload the wood without opening the door?
No, I don't have to babysit it, it usually doesn't swing more than 15°.
Minor temp swings 15°-20° are no worry, and the swings are almost always up vs down.
Yes, I have to open the door to add wood, but I use chunks and they last several hours. I'm opening the door about every 3rd hour to add water and spritz or mop, so adding a chunk is no big deal.
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