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Old 08-28-2016, 11:39 AM   #1
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I got the Akorn going early and put in a picnic. Gonna use it for BBQ sammiches next week. Then later, ribs and ABTs. I will add pics as I go.





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Old 08-28-2016, 11:54 AM   #2
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My stomach just growled looking at that beauty.
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Thanks!!!!!

The internal is at 155* and the rind has slipped. So, I removed the rind and added rub to the newly bare area. Now to get it to 205* internal. Ribs still to come.

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Now I'm starving! Looks amazing.
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Please tell me, you turned the rind into a big tasty cracklin?
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The bark slipped off??? That's odd!
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Please tell me, you turned the rind into a big tasty cracklin?
Oh Yeah. I will deal with that at a later date. I let it cool ans put it in the freezer.

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The bark slipped off??? That's odd!
Not bark,it was the skin/rind. Covered the area where the skin/rind was with rub once I removed it.
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Ribs are on.

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Picnic is done, country styles and ABT's are on. Bout to foil the ribs.

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This picnic is gonna be hard to hold off on till next week.

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