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Ribs and Chicken Combo, a feast!

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    Ribs and Chicken Combo, a feast!

    Well, this is the first time that I've posted anything like this so please be gentle!! Apologies for the quality of the photographs.
    First, the tunes were selected..
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    And then the refreshments were organised.
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    I didn't drink all of the above but its nice to have a good selection at arms length.
    The meat?? A slab of ribs and half a chicken.
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    Salted for two hours and then rubbed with Meatheads Memphis Dust
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    I set the WSM up and smoked the meat for three and half hours at roughly 230 degrees adding a couple of chunks of hickory at the start and then again after the first forty five minutes. I also put a tray of par boiled potatoes rubbed with Meatheads Chili Powder under the meat to catch any drippings.
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    Nearly there now! All seems well, just got to paint the ribs with KC Classic Sauce (with the addition of a touch of Ghost Chile. Also,I tend to cook the onions very slowly to get them really caramalised).
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    Time to dish everything up. The beans in the picture are just done in the slow cooker with onion, chili powder and some leftover pulled pork.
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    Yum yum!!
    And with plenty of left overs as well.
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    #2
    Nice. I cooked two chickens yesterday. I cut off the wing tips which resulted in less feathers I had to remove, which resulted in less grossing out by the wife over feathers that had to be removed off a carcass she was about to eat.

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      #3
      A few feathers never harmed anyone!!

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      • Jerod Broussard
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        I joke and say I prefer mine hydrolyzed.

      #4
      Nice lookin meal GS. How was the bite through on the ribs? 3 hours nowadays is pretty quick for ribs to finish.

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        #5
        I prefer a bit of a chew to my ribs.
        I've done them longer in the past and where as they may have been falling off the bone, they were too soft for my liking.

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          #6
          Those look like some smoking hot tunes for a cooking session, old school vinyl too! Speaking of hot - Ghost Pepper ingredients, can you say 2x habanero on the Scoville scale. Indeed it is good to have a few brewskis at arms length.

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            #7
            Michael
            They are actually CDs.
            I didn't want to keep going and changing records over every twenty minutes or so - I was busy drinking beer in the garden!

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              #8
              A list of tracks off of the BBQ A O T record: Ain't that something!!!
              1. Frankie 'Half Pint' Jaxon - Down At Jasper's Bar-B-Que
              2. Big Boy Teddy Edwards - Who Did You Give My Barbecue To? Part 1
              3. Memphis Minnie - Pig Meat On The Line
              4. The Two Charlies - Pork Chop Blues
              5. Mississippi Jook Band - Barbecue Bust
              6. Blind Boy Fuller - I Crave My Pig Meat
              7. Barbecue Bob - Barbecue Blues
              8. Charlie Campbell And His Red Peppers - Pepper Sauce Mama
              9. Georgia White - Pigmeat Blues
              10. Frankie 'Half Pint' Jaxon - Gimme A Pig's Foot And A Bottle Of Beer
              11. Tiny Parham And His Musicians - Pigs' Feet And Slaw
              12. The Four Southern Singers - Ham Bone Am Sweet
              13. Hunter And Jenkins - Meat Cuttin' Blues
              14. Brownie McGhee - Barbecue Any Old Time
              15. Jolly Two - Come On Down
              16. Bessie Jackson - Barbecue Bess
              17. Bogus Ben Covington - I Heard The Voice Of A Pork Chop
              18. Bo Carter - Pig Meat Is What I Crave
              19. Savannah Churchill And Her All Star Seven - Fat Meat Is Good Meat
              20. Richard M. Jones' Jazz Wizards - Smoked Meat Blues
              21. Vance Dixon And His Pencils - Meat Man Pete
              22. Hank Jones And His Ginger - Barbecue Blues
              23. Big Boy Teddy Edwards - Who Did You Give My Barbecue To? Part 2
              24. Tempo King And His Kings Of Tempo - Alabama Barbecue

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                #9
                Yup
                It sure is mighty fine.
                Not too sure how many songs are actually about bbq and how many are about sex though!

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                  #10
                  Both topics can get a bit slippery at times and somewhat like the Colonels Fried Chicken too. Authentic Blues is packed full of double entendre and sexual connotations.

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