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Old 07-11-2016, 02:23 PM   #1
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Default Great smoke over the weekend!

I know, purist don't use sauce, but I like a little sweet to go with my spicy rub. Babybacks, 4 hour smoke on a kettle grill. They were fall off the bone tender! Not much of a smoke ring, because I don't like heavy smoke on my babyback ribs. I usually go for St Louis spares, but I was hungry and didn't want to wait the extra cooking time!





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Old 07-11-2016, 02:53 PM   #2
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What temp did you do the ribs that
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Old 07-11-2016, 03:06 PM   #3
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When I use my Weber for babybacks it's a set & forget method. I open up the top and bottom vents about 1/8 of the way, throw a foil pan filled with water or juice on the bottom on one side, put a chimney full of lit charcoal next to the pan, through a handful of woodchips on top of the charcoal, put the top rack on add ribs and cover. I open at the 1hr mark quickly to add a handful of wood chips again, and then check at the 3 hr mark to make sure I have enough fuel to finish the smoke.

I didn't use a themometer yesterday, but I know based on experience the temps were in the 225 range. Any time I use the Weber I don't need to monitor cooking temps. I've done small pork butts and smaller briskets the same way, it's pretty consistent if you have a nice summer day.

Now when I break out the drum smoker that's a different story, but I only use that for parties. Most of the time it's just me and a couple other people. If you want more info on smoking with a kettle grill, just let me know. I don't understand why anyone would pay for a verticle/dedicated smoker when a good Weber costs under 100 bucks and it's about as set & forget as you can get.
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if you like sweet & spicy sauce you need to try some of the Viper sauce from Fairhope, AL. It's some of my favorite
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if you like sweet & spicy sauce you need to try some of the Viper sauce from Fairhope, AL. It's some of my favorite
Thanks! My spice rub is already spicy, I use Sweet Baby Rays sauce to offset the heat of the rub.

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I also use a spicy rub, try removing the ribs about an hour prior to finishing---then coat w/ honey and brown sugar and wrap then throw back on there fer an hour or so...REALLY GOOD!
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Thanks! My spice rub is already spicy, I use Sweet Baby Rays sauce to offset the heat of the rub.



Besides, I'm from the north part of the country, sadly. I just frequent here to live vicariously through you people. I miss living in Florida! (grew up on the central gulf coast)


In case you want to try it

http://www.vipersauce.com

Haven't tried the rubs but I imagine they are good too


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Looks good !
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Yes sir those look tasty!
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