My first big Qview day..

Discussion in 'Pork' started by speedtoys, Aug 31, 2008.

  1. speedtoys

    speedtoys Fire Starter SMF Premier Member

    Hopefully ive paid attention..

    Hardware:
    BBQ Galore Bar-B-Chef, with fireplace rope sealing mod (with heavy brick secret mod), SS tuning plates, exhaust stack extended down to the grill surface.

    Meat:
    9lb Shoulder (All day)
    3 rack of pork ribs brining all night, to go on at noon.
    ~25 sausages to go on about 2hrs from complete.
    Smoking with Apple Wood.

    Qview >>HERE<< (click it)

    This is updated every photo I take, Ive created a separate photo set just for this, and im also saving SMF bandwidth and storage space...I point the iphone and photos get to the set with zero effort, check out Air Me if youre interested

    Note..that im not smoking on the deck..its all resealed, house painted, etc. Im not allowed to make a mess of it yet. I will GLADLY take suggestions for a good pad to lay down thats large enough to generously cover a lot of deck around it to capture coals. So..im in a corner of the driveway where all of the other crap on the deck is stored for antoher week.


    Anyhow..the times are all geotagged in the photos, but Flickr is tagging my iphone as being not where I live, which is Boulder Creek, CA, not Riverside Grove, which is close..so dont get the idea that if you map these, im driving 12mi from kitchen to smoker. :)

    Ribs will be 3-2-1 method with a sweet spicy dry rub that you'll see later in the Qview.

    I'll be fillin in the rest of the day with working on the motorcycle, cleaning up out front, hanging a screen door...the honeydew list.
     
  2. Looks GREAT...I think you have been doing this for YEARS![​IMG]
     
  3. speedtoys

    speedtoys Fire Starter SMF Premier Member

    ..nope.

    A -year- maybe, but..only a few months since I discovered this group, and recalibrated myself.
     
  4. speedtoys

    speedtoys Fire Starter SMF Premier Member

    Working to keep temps between 210-225, every smoke is a learning experience...

    [​IMG]
     
  5. coyote

    coyote Master of the Pit

    Dang boy, you be making some of the ole timers look like newbies..lol.
     
  6. speedtoys

    speedtoys Fire Starter SMF Premier Member

    12pm, added ribs (Flickr updated) butt at 143.

    A spritz of dark run, apple cider, and cooking sherry is prepared.
     
  7. speedtoys

    speedtoys Fire Starter SMF Premier Member

    7Hrs, at 160..

    Not that any of these updates is worth anything, but someone somewhere, will search wondering "what temps will I be at over XX hours?".

    Maybe its a small guide. I expect to plateau soon, but still be done around 5-6pm.
     
  8. speedtoys

    speedtoys Fire Starter SMF Premier Member

    Entering 8th hour, up to 165.

    Plateau reached..let it sit thru it, we'll be done on time.
     
  9. speedtoys

    speedtoys Fire Starter SMF Premier Member

  10. meat-man

    meat-man Smoking Fanatic SMF Premier Member

    looks great [​IMG] Great q-view nice job [​IMG]
     
  11. Did she get done on time for you?
     
  12. speedtoys

    speedtoys Fire Starter SMF Premier Member

    Oh yes, indeed. :)
     
  13. bbqgoddess

    bbqgoddess Master of the Pit OTBS Member SMF Premier Member

    [​IMG] Well done, everything looks great!
     
  14. speedtoys

    speedtoys Fire Starter SMF Premier Member

  15. grothe

    grothe Master of the Pit OTBS Member SMF Premier Member

    [​IMG] Way ta go - Looks Great!!!
     

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