First Smoked Ribs of the season...

First Smoked Ribs of the season...

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    First Smoked Ribs of the season...

    For a brother overseas, who needs to see some good ole home cooking. They were in the smoker for 6 hrs at 185, then placed on the grill for the finishing touch. Juicy, pull off the bone, tender and just dam good.....Enjoy Bro, when you get back home, ill make up some more.....

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    What about those of us not overseas? Can we come get some now?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mattmann View Post
    What about those of us not overseas? Can we come get some now?

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    LOL, Everyone would be invited. I must say, the hickory wood sure makes them good..... Yea you can have some LMAO
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    HB - you're killin' me!

    Looks good. Great inspiration for anyone far from home.
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    Come on Harry, give up the recipe!
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    Went to the Kinston BBQ Fest and car show yesterday, no ribs but plenty of good North Carolina BBQ was had by all. Showed my car but did not win anything oh well same time next year.
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    With mac & cheese out of a box! Where's the plain white bread?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Harryball View Post
    For a brother overseas, who needs to see some good ole home cooking. They were in the smoker for 6 hrs at 185, then placed on the grill for the finishing touch. Juicy, pull off the bone, tender and just dam good.....Enjoy Bro, when you get back home, ill make up some more.....

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    I feel sorry for you guys up north. We get to enjoy the grill year round down here. I've done brisket, butt & ribs about a dozen times this year so far. Next week, we'll be doing enough butt (& all the fix'ns) to feed around 100 men from our church.

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    Man I love doing beef ribs. Always followed by a week's worth of beef stew :)
    I'm really not into sweet sauces but you guys gotta try this: Bone Suckin' Sauce | Welcome To The Official Home!
    It's semi sweet and they make a spicy hot sauce.
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    What's that goop all over those yummy lookin ribs? Well cooked ribs should stand on their own without extras being poured on them and hiding the flavor of the meat & smoke. Maybe a little spice rub before cooking but that's all.

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    HB you be the man.

    Here is the recipe you asked for.

    Baked Potato Salad

    Use left over baked potatoes or bake up three or four good sized ones depending on how many people.
    Cut them into 1/2 to 1" chunks and place in a large bowl.
    Add 1-2 containers, 16 oz, of sour cream and 1-2 packets of Hidden Valley Ranch dry dressing mix.
    Stir it all together, use a little bit of milk if it gets to thick.
    Now add whatever you like on your baked potato. Chives, bacon bits, shredded cheese. Mix all that up then top with more shredded cheese and chill in the fridge.

    Great with BBQ or burgers.
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    Ribs look great but the side dish, not so much. Tacman's recipe sounds pretty tasty.
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    Ok guys. The Mac and cheese was the wifes idea...She likes that. Same with the BBQ sauce. I prefer mine on the side, But mama is happy, so Harryball is Happy.....
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    My favorite BBQ rib recipe...
    Baby back ribs, one rack cut in half, rinsed...
    In a pressure pot, place ribs on rack at bottom, pour bottle beer over top and add favorite BBQ sauce over top of ribs. When the weight starts to dance, time for 12 mins. At the same time light off the grill (charcoal or gas). Add smoke alder or favorite smoking chips. Take ribs out of pressure pot, add more sauce on top of ribs and place on upper rack of BBQ making sure the chips are smoking good. Time this for 6 mins. Cut and serve with favorite sides.

    You can do the exact same recipe without the BBQ sauce for a rubbed rib recipe using your favorite rib rub...

    The pressure pot renders the fat out of the ribs and the meat falls off the bones...

    I sometimes will bake large potatoes, slice in half, scoop out potato, semi mash them in small 1/4" size, add cheese and butter or favorite condiment. Place back into potato skin and rebake for 15 mins in oven or place in smoker for ~2 hours at 165*. I normally place cheese on top and when the cheese melts, I pull the potatoes out to eat. Left overs get wrapped in foil for next days side dish...
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