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Unread 09-16-2013, 03:16 PM   #16
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What kind of smoke wood did you use?

Used pecan with a dollop of apple in there on the advice of my 6 year old..

Have kept it simple so far I haven't done any spritzing, mopping or saucing of ribs. Just want to get the basic cooking technique down first before getting more creative with the flava.
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Nice, way nice!
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Looks good! Nice job
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Great looking ribs there!
And thanks for the comparison and the write up. Every lil bit helps out.
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Nice job on those ribs. I appreciate all the work you're willing to do (and share) to learn this awesome hobby (addiction?).
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Nice job! I too prefer to wrap ribs in some sort of concoction!!
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Looks great! I gotta revisit baby backs
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Those Trigg ribs look excellent!

Did they take a full 6 hours?
I ask, because 3-2-1 = 6, and you were running 250 - 275?
Seems like you might have got there in 5 easy (with back ribs) at that temp (???)
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Those Trigg ribs look excellent!

Did they take a full 6 hours?
I ask, because 3-2-1 = 6, and you were running 250 - 275?
Seems like you might have got there in 5 easy (with back ribs) at that temp (???)
This was my first time wrapping ribs so wasn't sure exactly when to wrap but I asked in another thread on here http://www.bbq-brethren.com/forum/sh...d.php?t=170790 and was told to look at the color - well, they looked like they were on their way to being done so I wrapped them at 2-1/2 hours. Took only another hour for them to probe almost tender but wanted to dry them out a bit (that butter, brown sugar and honey melts into a nice pool in the foil) so left them unwrapped for another 45min. So was more like 2-1/2 - 1 - 45min = 4:15 hours. At close to 250 (have found out my UDS runs close to 25-50 degrees hotter in the middle.

But was my first run doing this so not sure if I wrapped at the right moment but hoping to get some advice from pros on here after they see the first two pictures I put up in this thread.
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really like the color on your ribs....
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This was my first time wrapping ribs so wasn't sure exactly when to wrap but I asked in another thread on here http://www.bbq-brethren.com/forum/sh...d.php?t=170790 and was told to look at the color - well, they looked like they were on their way to being done so I wrapped them at 2-1/2 hours. Took only another hour for them to probe almost tender but wanted to dry them out a bit (that butter, brown sugar and honey melts into a nice pool in the foil) so left them unwrapped for another 45min. So was more like 2-1/2 - 1 - 45min = 4:15 hours. At close to 250 (have found out my UDS runs close to 25-50 degrees hotter in the middle.

But was my first run doing this so not sure if I wrapped at the right moment but hoping to get some advice from pros on here after they see the first two pictures I put up in this thread.
Well, heck... everyone's a pro, and they all disagree
You just do what works for ya!

Remember, you can make great Q with most any smoker, but opinions are usually based on the smoker someone is using (which prolly ain't yours).

Personally (and take my advice with a tiny grain of salt)...
I like to cook chicken hot, fast, skin-down, and dry, but ribs..
I like em hot, fast and MOIST.

I use a water smoker (for ribs), and get back ribs done in 3.5 flat.
But, that's with my smoker.

What you did with your smoker looks real good!
I wouldn't change much if'n I wuz u
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Now that I can actually see the pics... nice work!
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Looks good from here, very good.
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They look really good!
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Nice job on the ribs!!
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