grilling before smoking for ribs.

Discussion in 'Pork' started by fabrication0guy, Jan 10, 2015.

  1. Hey guys.

    Tomorrow morning i will start smoking ribs and brisket for a party. Im planning on grilling the ribs over very high heat (a large wood fire) then placing the ribs in the smoker for a few hours.

    Does anyone have any suggestions or advice? Prior experience would be great.

    When im done ill post on the results.

    My home made smoker that will be doing the work.
  2. Nice smoker. Looking forward to seeing the final pics.


    Happy smoken.

  3. Thank you.

    Spent almost three days building it. I'm still planing on placing a chimney on top, though thats just to funnel the smoke out from under the porch overhang.

    also going to paint it blach high temp (1200 degree grill paint) except for the fire box on the side, the firebox will be orange (2500 degree ultra high temp paint. I will also be adding a warming oven, so to speak, over the fire box, for other slow cooked non smoked foods.

    as for the food...
  4. johnnyreb

    johnnyreb Smoking Fanatic OTBS Member

    i have done it before gives the ribs a great flavor. I gave them a good sear on both sides and then smoked as usual, i think they were on the grill for a total of 30 mins or less
  5. b-one

    b-one Smoking Guru OTBS Member

    That's a nice looking rig anymore pics?

  6. big fire box i use a hammer and hatchet to split 12 to 24 in logs

    full door on my big fire box

    BIG fire box (22 wide 24 long 18 tall)

    total grill area 24x48 grate area is 24x30 and sear plate is 24x18

    Made a stainless steel sear plate, its all covered in scorched oil. "seasoned"
  7. b-one

    b-one Smoking Guru OTBS Member

    Very impressive thanks for sharing!

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