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Forgive me Meathead for I have sinned.

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    Forgive me Meathead for I have sinned.

    Sunday confessions. yea, I know Meathead. Anyway. Had a little more time today so tried a second cook on my GF smoker. Here are the ribs rubbed. I didn't have any rosemary, sorry Meathead!
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    I fired up the Stumps clone and got the cook chamber up to 240 degrees.
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    Then off we go for about 5 hours!

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    I had a good bark at the end. I think the meat was a little dry, but if so, fifteen minutes makes a big difference!
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    I thought they came out a lot better than the first batch. ( I over-salted!) Next time I think I will try the Thermopen in addition to the bend test!

    So here is last night's pork butt. Came out simply great! Thank-you Meathead! I added the rosemary!
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    Last edited by SmokinDTown; August 7, 2015, 09:41 PM.


      Tonight, I have my younger son and wife's salmon on the grill! These were swimming around Seward last week!
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        SmokinDTown Using a Thermapen on ribs is difficult because the meat is so close to bones everywhere. The bend test is your best bet IMO



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