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Discussion in 'Pork' started by meat hunter, Apr 23, 2009.
Looks good to me. Nice job on the spares.
Congrats on your first rib smoke. They look pretty good to me. You can start to see the bones from the meat pulling back. That's a good indication of doneness. Might have liked to see more bones, but that may have been a result of the temps coming up to high to quickly. But it looks like it was a success. Nice smoke ring. Good job.
dang but those look good! got me chompin at the bit to get mine on. they're thawed and about to be rubbed now. doing a rack of baby backs for the people I work with (only 2 people) for lunch tomorrow, and 2 racks of spares, and a rack of beef backs for my parents tomorrow for supper. I love days like that.
points for you
Nice. I'm doing a butt in the morning for a birthday party on saturday now you got me thinking about putting a few slab's on since the smoke will be going anyhow.
I just wanna lick my screen after seein those baby's, ooops i mean spare's
Look amazing to me, nice job!!
They look might tasty Meat Hunter!
I'd like to gnaw on one of those bones, love the smoke ring ya got on them!
They look good the heat control will come very fast for you I'm sure
Nice Job Meat Hunter. Those look really good. You will get to know that new smoker really quick, and then it will be so easy. Congratulations on a sucessful build, and some quality food.
Looks great Meat Hunter. Nice job.
I really like ribs. Some day maybe I will master the art.
Nice ribs. Glad everything turned out well.
Great job on the ribs.
Hey, Meat...looks like a great first run to me! Never fear the temps, as you said...you find out what your rig likes real soon.
Thanks for sharing, and may you have many more good smokes!
Looks like a great first time!!!!! Look like an old pro!
Nice job Meat Hunter! I'd call that a very successful first run. You learned alot about your new rig, and got good ribs out of the deal. Nice lookin' smoke ring on those spares! Thanks for the Q-view