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PostPosted: Mon July 16, 2018 5:30 am 
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Damn, wease. That meal looks crazy good.

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Best I’ve made in a while.


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wease wrote:
Peach is the only way to go with pork.

on this we disagree


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wease did you really only cook those things for ninety minutes


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wease did you really only cook those things for ninety minutes

About 100. On pretty high heat. Perfection.


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wease wrote:
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wease did you really only cook those things for ninety minutes

About 100. On pretty high heat. Perfection.

the shortest amount of time i've ever smoked ribs is four hours at about 240


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wease did you really only cook those things for ninety minutes

About 100. On pretty high heat. Perfection.

the shortest amount of time i've ever smoked ribs is four hours at about 240

have you ever used the 2-2-1 method smoking ribs? thats my favorite


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doug rr wrote:
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wease did you really only cook those things for ninety minutes

About 100. On pretty high heat. Perfection.

the shortest amount of time i've ever smoked ribs is four hours at about 240

have you ever used the 2-2-1 method smoking ribs? thats my favorite

is that like 2 hours on the smoker/2 hours in a foil packet/1 hour to eat?


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my method is usually 2.5 hours on the smoker (first saucing/lacquering at the 2 hour mark), then 1 hour in foil (second saucing/lacquering when it's removed), then about 30 minutes back on the smoker


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doug rr wrote:
--- wrote:
wease wrote:
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wease did you really only cook those things for ninety minutes

About 100. On pretty high heat. Perfection.

the shortest amount of time i've ever smoked ribs is four hours at about 240

have you ever used the 2-2-1 method smoking ribs? thats my favorite

is that like 2 hours on the smoker/2 hours in a foil packet/1 hour to eat?

pretty much..thats for baby backs. I'll add an hour to the first part if its spare ribs


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doug rr wrote:
--- wrote:
doug rr wrote:
--- wrote:
wease wrote:
--- wrote:
wease did you really only cook those things for ninety minutes

About 100. On pretty high heat. Perfection.

the shortest amount of time i've ever smoked ribs is four hours at about 240

have you ever used the 2-2-1 method smoking ribs? thats my favorite

is that like 2 hours on the smoker/2 hours in a foil packet/1 hour to eat?

pretty much..thats for baby backs. I'll add an hour to the first part if its spare ribs

what is your saucing philosophy


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 Post subject: Re: What are you making tonight?
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--- wrote:
doug rr wrote:
--- wrote:
doug rr wrote:
--- wrote:
wease wrote:
--- wrote:
wease did you really only cook those things for ninety minutes

About 100. On pretty high heat. Perfection.

the shortest amount of time i've ever smoked ribs is four hours at about 240

have you ever used the 2-2-1 method smoking ribs? thats my favorite

is that like 2 hours on the smoker/2 hours in a foil packet/1 hour to eat?

pretty much..thats for baby backs. I'll add an hour to the first part if its spare ribs

what is your saucing philosophy


i'm a dry rubber and sometimes just salt and pepper..if we're cooking for a lot of people i will supply some different sauces on the side


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 Post subject: Re: What are you making tonight?
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doug rr wrote:
--- wrote:
doug rr wrote:
--- wrote:
doug rr wrote:
--- wrote:
wease wrote:
--- wrote:
wease did you really only cook those things for ninety minutes

About 100. On pretty high heat. Perfection.

the shortest amount of time i've ever smoked ribs is four hours at about 240

have you ever used the 2-2-1 method smoking ribs? thats my favorite

is that like 2 hours on the smoker/2 hours in a foil packet/1 hour to eat?

pretty much..thats for baby backs. I'll add an hour to the first part if its spare ribs

what is your saucing philosophy


i'm a dry rubber and sometimes just salt and pepper..if we're cooking for a lot of people i will supply some different sauces on the side

do you make your own sauces or nah


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 Post subject: Re: What are you making tonight?
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--- wrote:
doug rr wrote:
--- wrote:
doug rr wrote:
--- wrote:
doug rr wrote:
--- wrote:
wease wrote:
--- wrote:
wease did you really only cook those things for ninety minutes

About 100. On pretty high heat. Perfection.

the shortest amount of time i've ever smoked ribs is four hours at about 240

have you ever used the 2-2-1 method smoking ribs? thats my favorite

is that like 2 hours on the smoker/2 hours in a foil packet/1 hour to eat?

pretty much..thats for baby backs. I'll add an hour to the first part if its spare ribs

what is your saucing philosophy


i'm a dry rubber and sometimes just salt and pepper..if we're cooking for a lot of people i will supply some different sauces on the side

do you make your own sauces or nah


sadly i do not, I buy about 3 or 4 different ones from a local maker here..you?


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 Post subject: Re: What are you making tonight?
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i don't know if this is cool or not in the bbq world but i had some Stubbs sauce awhile ago that i really liked..i gravitate to the non sweet stuff


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doug rr wrote:
--- wrote:
doug rr wrote:
--- wrote:
doug rr wrote:
--- wrote:
doug rr wrote:
--- wrote:
wease wrote:
--- wrote:
wease did you really only cook those things for ninety minutes

About 100. On pretty high heat. Perfection.

the shortest amount of time i've ever smoked ribs is four hours at about 240

have you ever used the 2-2-1 method smoking ribs? thats my favorite

is that like 2 hours on the smoker/2 hours in a foil packet/1 hour to eat?

pretty much..thats for baby backs. I'll add an hour to the first part if its spare ribs

what is your saucing philosophy


i'm a dry rubber and sometimes just salt and pepper..if we're cooking for a lot of people i will supply some different sauces on the side

do you make your own sauces or nah


sadly i do not, I buy about 3 or 4 different ones from a local maker here..you?

i make the one that i use for slathering on the ribs, it's great: pickapeppa sauce, the adobo liquid from a can of chipotle peppers, a small can of pineapple juice, honey, and worcestershire sauce. adjust the ratios according to taste.


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 Post subject: Re: What are you making tonight?
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doug rr wrote:
i don't know if this is cool or not in the bbq world but i had some Stubbs sauce awhile ago that i really liked..i gravitate to the non sweet stuff

the only sauce i buy is the one that oklahoma joe's (now it's called "Joe's KC") makes, but i usually just use that for like grilled chicken


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