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  • HC in SC
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    Cocobolo would be a might heavier too I imagine!

    I have used a pizza spatula for getting butts and large roasts off of the smoker, but your new tool would work awesome for a nice long, full rack of ribs!

  • AldenMiller
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    Originally posted by Marauderer View Post
    Very nice looking Rib Peel Alden. What did you finish it with?
    I used walnut oil on it, treated it like I would treat a cutting board.

    @Huskee Grunt, Grunt!


    -Alden

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  • Marauderer
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    Very nice looking Rib Peel Alden. What did you finish it with?

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  • Huskee
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    Good thinking Alden. I myself use a big ol' pair of huge tongs. I call them my Binford Tongs (think Tim Allen on Tool Time, ruhhh ruhhh ruhhhh). Large enough to grab the entire rack end to end.

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  • _John_
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    I like it! Kevin Bacon approved!

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  • AldenMiller
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    Black Walnut, Cocobolo would be pretty expensive.

    I used it this evening to take the ribs off of the smoker and it worked great!

    -Alden

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  • HC in SC
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    Cool! What type of wood is that? Kinda looks like walnut or cocabola.

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  • OGMrWhite
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    Haha, I love it!!

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  • Jon Solberg
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    That is SWEET!

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  • AldenMiller
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    Removing ribs from the smoker

    I normally use tongs but sometimes the ribs split when I am taking them off the smoker. Since I am cooking eight racks today I wanted something a little better. So... I went out to my shop and made a rib peal, I figured if it works for pizza then why not ribs. -Alden

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