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  • jfmorris
    Cool beans - looking good there!

    Great minds think alike - we are having Christmas with the kids tomorrow, and are doing ribs and wings. I've got the ribs dry brining, planning to go salt the wings shortly. 3 slabs of St. Louis cut, and 10 pounds of wings.... I've just got to grill under an umbrella or move the grills to the pavilion, as a cold front and rain are coming in...

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  • bbqLuv
    Looks good enough to eat, and if I may suggest, pair it with PBR.

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  • RonB
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    You wouldn't be ribbin' the OP would ya??

  • HawkerXP
    I'll take that big wing on the top shelf there. Please.

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  • fracmeister
    started a topic Wings process

    Wings process

    Dry brined the wings. Coated with my son’s Pork Ferocity Click image for larger version

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    Cooked on the gasser till more or less browned
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    one sauce is melted butter and hot sauce. The other is my KC style BBQ sauce.
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    I sauce them. Cook them. Sauce them again and leave for final tack up.
    here is more or less how they looked
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    also had some ribs that I had cooked completely, cooled and frozen in shrink wrap. Testing the thaw and reheat on the gasser. A touch drier than fresh but plenty good

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