Ribs on the smoker

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  1. np307

    np307 Happy to be here. Supporting Member

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    Probably would've been a great morning to be hunting, but I didnt want to be in a hurry for getting these ribs done for my brother's birthday. Pretty standard rub and a mix of apple and cherry wood. Smells great so far. [​IMG][​IMG]
     
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    Hunting or ribs? That's a tough choice there.
     
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    Wind must be blowing the wrong direction. Went outside but can’t smell it. :(
     
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    Just under 2 hours[​IMG]
     
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    Time to wrap. I'll finish them at my parents before we throw the steaks on.
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    Boston butt on mine about an hour and a half in. In about another hour or so when the bark has built up just right, I'll take it off, inject it with some apple cider vinegar, hit it with a little more rub, and wrap it in tin foil. Finish it wrapped up for about another three to four hours until it hits about 190-200 internal.
    Let it sit 20 min or so and it should pull apart like a cotton ball lol.
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    I personally think the Boston butt is the ultimate in smoked meats. But my brother specifically wanted dry rub ribs, which I definitely cant complain about.
     
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    The injecting after cooking a while is different. Where did that idea come from? Educate me. Why not inject up front?
     
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    draco88 Dang it, Bobby Charter Life Member Supporting Member

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    Sorry, I left out I did it at the start, too. No particular reason why I do it twice, I just do.
     
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    Did two turkey breast Sunday for eating on along and decided to throw some ribs on with it the wife picked up. It all turned out well but forgot to take pictures later on. Favorite way to eat turkey though.
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