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Iberico Ribs and Pizza on the Masterbuilt 560

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    Iberico Ribs and Pizza on the Masterbuilt 560

    This is gonna be a short post, just wanted to share today's cook with ya. FIred up the Masterbuilt 560. It was time to do a traditional low 'n slow on it, so I applied my Fish Bait Rub to some glorious Iberico Ribs. Filled the hopper with some B & B hickory charcoal (large chunks), and used 4 chunks of lilac wood for smoke flavor. Let the ribs go for 5 hours, then they were just between tug-off-the-bone and fall-off-the-bone. Perfect for me, and pretty darn tasty! That pork meat is to die for. This was a 1.8 kilo (4 lb) slab of ribs, very meaty.

    After that, cranked it up to 700° F, dropped my Fredstone pizza stone in there, whipped up a pie and cooked it in 10. minutes. Man, that cooker is so much fun! And it's almost too easy!


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    There'll be more to come, post-editing a YouTube video now that will be published on Friday.





    #2
    Yes! I love Iberico ribs. What's in your Fish Bait Rub?

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    • Henrik
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      Mainly Lime pepper, fennel seeds, oregano etc. very tangy/herby, got great reviews from the store owners and customers (I shared the ribs all around).

    #3
    You’re killing me. The MCS is beginning to boil over!! 🤣😂

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    • zero_credit
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      Come join us! The cult is growing!

    #4
    I was lookin' at that grill in Home Depot this morning....

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      #5
      Lilac wood? You a little light in your step there buddy?

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      • Henrik
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        It is light, but good. Any wood works, wanted to try out this combo on this cooker.

      #6
      I didn't know you had one of these, cool. And I love lilac wood! It has a very peppery presence, that's the only way I can think to describe it. Very unique.

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      • Henrik
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        I’m lucky in that I can borrow it to cook on it. But it’s great!

      #7

      That Lilac wood has inspired me. How about wood from the Rainbow Tree? What do you think Troutman?
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      Nice looking ribs by the way.
      Last edited by ofelles; June 2, 2020, 11:41 AM.

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      • Troutman
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        That's the most politically correct tree I have ever seen !!!

      • ofelles
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        I guess it's a type of eucalyptus and when it sheds it's bark this is what happens

      #8
      Henrick, those look great.

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      • Henrik
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        Thanks!

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