Labor Day Weekend smoke with Q View!

Discussion in 'Pork' started by jd2220, Aug 30, 2014.

  1. jd2220

    jd2220 Newbie

    (2) 9lb bone in boston butts

    (3) slabs of baby back ribs

    Decided to try Jeff's Pork Burnt Ends Recipe.  Used Bad Byron's rub and Sweet Baby Ray's sauce.

    Second butt to be pulled and currently going strong in the smoker.  Made fresh batch of JJ's finishing sauce.  

    I usually do not wrap my Baby Backs but this week I saw Chicago Ribfest on Food Network and one of the teams wrapped their ribs in honey, brown sugar, and butter.  Decided to give it a try.


    Just under 170 ready to dice up for burnt ends.  Smoking with apple/ hickory mix.

    Ready to cube.

    About to get some Sweet Baby Rays and a bit more Bad Byron's.

    All sauced up.  Back in smoker.  

    Honey, Brown Sugar, and butter waiting on Baby Backs.

     Sprayed with apple juice before wrapping.

  2. oldschoolbbq

    oldschoolbbq Smoking Guru OTBS Member

    Hey , JD . Nice looking Butt you have [​IMG]  . Nice bark and color , and your Ribs look awesome too[​IMG]

    Keep up the good work and practice often , we love the Q-view and drooling [​IMG]

    Have a great Labor Day  and as always . . .
  3. heubrewer

    heubrewer Meat Mopper

    Sweet Baby Ray is our go to sauce. All varieties are great. Not sure what my fav is.

    The shoulder looks awesome never thought about cubing one.

    How does it turn out?

    How long do you smoke after cubing?

    Thanks in advance
  4. jd2220

    jd2220 Newbie

    Burnt ends turned out great. Cubed when butt reached 170 then smoked for about 3 more hours at 255-265 range. They came out tender.
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    The rest looked good.

    Happy smoken.

  6. What he said......LOVE the Ray's sauces. 

  7. jd2220

    jd2220 Newbie

    Got too busy eating the burnt ends but here you go on the photo.  [​IMG]


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