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    upper 40's Im told..

    But, Im really enjoying sitting out on my patio with some ribs smoking. I am not a big pork ribs guy to be honest, but, I wanted to chill outside for 5-6 hours and listen to music and trade that trapped up inside winter air for outside air, so, 1 1/2 racks of ribs on the kettle comfortable tilt in my chair... both dogs are chilling. Today is a good day.

    #2
    Enjoy! Looking forward to rib pics.

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      #3
      That's good weather fer sittin' outside - the beer stays cold longer...

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      • ComfortablyNumb
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        Not at my house, the beer warms up to 98.6F rather quickly.

      #4
      What happened to the other half of wibs?
      I mean, why are you cookin only 1 1/2 wacks, are ya on some kinda a diet er somethin?

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      • Richard Chrz
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        LOL the store had a half rack sitting there as well, so I took it home with me. Should be done here in a few..

      • FireMan
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        Wow! Does that open up some more questions!

      • Huskee
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        FireMan Musta been 'bring your dog to work day' in the meat dept.

      #5
      I wanted to do the same on my pork shoulder cook today but is was a damp, drizzly windy day for the most part.
      Finally got sun cloud mix about 45 mins ago, still have that cold wind though.

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      • FireMan
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        See, if ya woulda fired up yer cooker then it woulda been warm & dry in yer little immediate area. I guess it would still be windy though. 🕶

      • smokin fool
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        I still fired up the smoker, just didn't get the ambiance I was looking for.

      • FireMan
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        Ambulance! What! .....Holy cow, what happened........oh, you weren’t lookin fer a.................never mind.

      #6
      Posted them over in what are you cooking thread. But, here is the final product. No sauce, just good old fashion bark. I think I have done pork ribs 4 maybe 5 times, this is the happiest I have been with them.

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      • Richard Chrz
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        My wife said, stop taking photos, I want to eat it. LOL, and she went back for seconds.

      • FireMan
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        See, ya needed two not 1 1/2.

      • Mr. Bones
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        Fantastic lookin food, Brother! Glad ya were able to enjoy a Good Day!!!

      #7
      Those look great. I'm suddenly hungry again.

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        #8
        I love 'em but the wife can't eat pork. Affects her terribly. I LOVE pork ribs, butts, etc. I cook it when I can but only in small amounts since it's only me. In fact, I haven't smoked a full rack yet. Doing it soon though. I'll be happy if mine turn out anywhere close to these. Good job!

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