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Made up some ribs today

Discussion in 'Off Topic' started by hatchetjack, Apr 7, 2011.

  1. hatchetjack

    hatchetjack Western WA Active Member

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    Day off and QFC is running a special on ribs this week.


    Seasoned and ready.
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    After a 2 hr. smoke.
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    Low and slow for another 2 hrs.
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    5 hrs. and ready to plate.
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    Ready to serve.
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  2. marty8587

    marty8587 NE Portland Active Member

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    Nice! Great looking red smoke rings on the meat!
     
  3. phishisgroovin

    phishisgroovin Kent, Wa New Member

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    dang, i am going to have to fire up my pit soon now. thanks alot!
     
  4. PDXSparky

    PDXSparky Keizer / Hillsboro Well-Known Member

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    You can be my friend if you can cook like that.
     
  5. Trlsmn

    Trlsmn In Utero (Portland) Well-Known Member

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    That looks great, what's in your rub?
     
  6. Blitzkrieg

    Blitzkrieg WA Well-Known Member

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    Dude, thy PM box be fulleth
     
  7. hatchetjack

    hatchetjack Western WA Active Member

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    The rub I use is very fast and simple. I tried building my own blends but for speed and not having all the ingredients on hand, this one works very well. It starts out with dry Taco Seasoning. I tried it since it has cumin and other flavorings already added and since it is a sealed package, the flavors are still fresh.

    1 pkg. taco seasoning (any brand works)
    2 tbs. New Mexico chili powder or your favorite blend
    1 tbs. salt
    2 tsp black pepper
    1 good handful of dark brown sugar
    1/4 white sugar
    1 tsp garlic powder

    Rub into meat (I wear latex exam gloves) and let sit for 1/2 hr or until you see some moisture starting to collect in the pan.
     
  8. Trlsmn

    Trlsmn In Utero (Portland) Well-Known Member

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    Thanks
     
  9. dragonsden73

    dragonsden73 Salem, Oregun Active Member

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    I made some yesterday myself. Extra chunky (Onions) homemade BBQ sauce, smoked ribs for a couple hours, then placed in deep pan with a little water, smothered with sauce and cooked at 225 for almost 5 hours. Gutted a few potatoes, deep fried then put fresh smoked bacon from the meat shop, topped with shredded cheese and sour creme. YUM!
     
  10. salmonriverjohn

    salmonriverjohn N.W Oregon coast, Gods country Well-Known Member

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    It's in the smoker now, thank you much for the recipe.:thumbup:
     
  11. hatchetjack

    hatchetjack Western WA Active Member

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    Let us know your results and maybe with a few photos...

    HJ
     
  12. salmonriverjohn

    salmonriverjohn N.W Oregon coast, Gods country Well-Known Member

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    Well HJ, first off, A BIG THANK YOU! We thought that perhaps we had died and went to heaven,,mmm,mm,mmmm. It was in the smoker on cherry chips for two hours, then off to the low and slow BBQ for the recommended time. We had a couple of guests over for dinner of which one is a member of this site (USMC) and he swore it was the best beef and pork ribs he had ever eaten, and that says a lot as this man knows how to eat, trust me. My bad on the no pics deal, I don't think I stood a chance as they all stood around salivating like a bunch of Pavlov's puppies until I laid it on the platter, then a stampede ensued, I almost got trampled. I made twice baked potatoes with bacon, ranch, chives and sharp shredded cheddar. This also was accompanied by Mushrooms stuffed with a shrimp, spinach and cream cheese with a dash of worcestershire then rolled in seasoned Italian bread crumbs. Also added homegrown frozen corn and and homemade dinner rolls to round things off. I made an off the cuff BBQ sauce with chili sauce, worcestershire, liquid smoke, brown sugar and garlic/onion mixed with the very last "sonny's" bbq sauce that I brought back from the EOD base down in florida,, if you have never eaten at sonny's I cant recommend it enough, (yours is better) and that was used to slather on the ribs which were divine. Thank you for the recipe sir, I know better than to read your posts from now on when im hungry though,, and the same can be said for those posted by Trlsmn! I have tried many of his and have never found a bad one. Thanks for the tips guys, you make me look like I know what Im doing:worship:
     
  13. hatchetjack

    hatchetjack Western WA Active Member

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    SalmonriverJohn-.....Sounds like no one left hungry! I too must try adding some nice beef ribs to the mix. I'm also looking for a good homemade vinegar based BBQ sauce to serve along side. If you know of one, I'd appreciate a point in that direction.

    Glad to hear all had a good time. That's what sharing good food is all about.

    HJ