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Old 07-12-2015, 02:56 PM   #1
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BBQ Ribs

So on our last camp out, one of the activities for me was smoking some ribs. Turned out great, just one problem, should have made more.
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Old 07-12-2015, 04:41 PM   #2
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Your neighbors' noses were undoubtedly twitching like Samantha's.
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Hey Michael------Bet those were delicious. Looks like you are using a smokanator. How do you like it? Just purchased one last week and have not used it, but hope to soon. I smoke ribs here at home on a Big Green Egg, but am gonna take the kettle with me in the RV so I can smoke at our campsite. Did you have any trouble fitting the three racks in the kettle? Looks like you used a rib holder. I bought a hover grill also and hope I can smoke about 5 racks. Will see. Thanks for sharing the pictures.
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Old 07-12-2015, 06:30 PM   #4
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Nice job on the ribs! I've been using my Masterbuilt electric smoker lately, but prefer to use my Weber Smoky Mountain. I'm just a little too tight with my money right now to be buying bags of charcoal. The electric smoker does a fair job, but it's nowhere near as good as smoking with charcoal, or better yet, with wood coals.

This is a pork loin I smoked a couple of weeks ago. Tasted pretty darned good!
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Old 07-12-2015, 06:55 PM   #5
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All looking good. Last weekend smoked up 6 large chicken beasts. They were delicious!
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Hey Michael------Bet those were delicious. Looks like you are using a smokanator. How do you like it? Just purchased one last week and have not used it, but hope to soon. I smoke ribs here at home on a Big Green Egg, but am gonna take the kettle with me in the RV so I can smoke at our campsite. Did you have any trouble fitting the three racks in the kettle? Looks like you used a rib holder. I bought a hover grill also and hope I can smoke about 5 racks. Will see. Thanks for sharing the pictures.
Yes it is the smokenater. That weber is the 26.75 model so I can fit 5 racks in a holder. I have used my smokenater for ribs and rib roast (prime rib). I like it, works well. I also have a 22.5 weber and am thinking about getting the weber smokey mountain 22.5 smoker. Need to save a little cash for that yet.
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I use a Bradley smoker for ribs and they turn out great. I use the 3,2,1 method. 3 hours of smoke 2 hours in foil with apple juice and finally 1 hour with sauce all at 220 degrees
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Yes it is the smokenater. That weber is the 26.75 model so I can fit 5 racks in a holder. I have used my smokenater for ribs and rib roast (prime rib). I like it, works well. I also have a 22.5 weber and am thinking about getting the weber smokey mountain 22.5 smoker. Need to save a little cash for that yet.
I love the weber smokey mountain. I have the 18 and it will go over 10 hrs on a single load in any weather. I took concrete block an made a 3 walled wind block and now can smoke in 40 mph winds if I want. I had lawn chairs blowing by one day I was out there lol!
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I too have a 22.5" WSM and love it. With some practice it's easy to get 10-12 hr cooks on a single charcoal load.

I see them on Craigslist fairly often. Many people buy them and just lose interest. I got mine for there for $100 -- couldn't pass up that price.
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I too have a 22.5" WSM and love it. With some practice it's easy to get 10-12 hr cooks on a single charcoal load.

I see them on Craigslist fairly often. Many people buy them and just lose interest. I got mine for there for $100 -- couldn't pass up that price.
That was a steal! So easy and expert results. I use the bbq pit boys rib rub but add a few things. Very good by itself and not a bunch of things that won't be in the pantry. Ribs looked great by the way.
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