First attempts at babybacks - Qview

Discussion in 'Pork' started by coco, Apr 25, 2010.

  1. coco

    coco Fire Starter

    Alright...they're an hour and half into smoking. I finally got what IMO is the "perfect" smoke on my Brinkman vertical gas smoker. TBS and just smells outstanding!

    Babyback ribs are the reason I bought a smoker. It's always been my favorite meat to grill over a low heat, and this will definitely be better...I hope.

    So...they're prepped with a little Salt Lick rub, and in the smoker. I'll snap a photo before foiling. I'm going to try the 2-2-1 method.

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    Oh yeah....I'm going to throw a little chicken sausage on there for later in the week. :)

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  2. rdknb

    rdknb Master of the Pit OTBS Member SMF Premier Member

    looks like your headed in the right direction, looking forward to seeing the finished smoke
     
  3. coco

    coco Fire Starter

    It's a bit cold and rainy...smoker on the side of the house to keep outta rain.

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    Holy mother on high these look fantastic! Alright...time to foil!

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    More updates to come...[​IMG]
     
  4. mballi3011

    mballi3011 Smoking Guru OTBS Member SMF Premier Member

    Yes they are looking great and all I could wish for is to be your new best friend neighbor with a side dish......
     
  5. brian s

    brian s Fire Starter

    Looking good!

    Great pictures BTW. What lens are you using on your 5D? I'm using a Nikon D300 and am thinking about switching over to Canon.
     
  6. coco

    coco Fire Starter

    I'm using an 85mm f/1.8. I have no rhyme or reason why I chose Canon over Nikon. They're both capable, and have pluses and minuses. The 85mm is my favorite lens and perfect on a full frame. [​IMG]

    Alright....wife is on her way home...dinner is going to be fantastic...more qview to come!
     
  7. wingrider1

    wingrider1 Smoke Blower

    Looking good , I haven't used that rub. What do you think about it.?
     
  8. coco

    coco Fire Starter

    I like it. It has some "kick" to it, so it needs to be applied sparingly if you don't want too much heat. It then goes good with both sweeter and vinegar based sauces if you want to use sauce.
     
  9. looking real good there... looking forward of some finish product pictures
     

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