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Smoked some ribs, chicken thighs and drums for my Father in Laws Birthday last weekend.

Rubbed with a concoction of leftover condiments (mustard, Chipotle mayo) and a little red wine, then patted with a mixture of dry spices. 5 hours of pecan smoke and they were done.

I like my ribs fall off the bone tender, but an hour wrapped didn't do it, but my FIL liked em so that's all that counts. I was also a little disappointed that the chicken skin got so tough. I love me some chicken skin, but this was way too tough. Inside was super most and tender though.

Took the thighs we didn't eat Saturday and turned them into an awesome chicken tortilla soup. The smoky flavor was most excellent.





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Smoked some ribs, chicken thighs and drums for my Father in Laws Birthday last weekend.

Rubbed with a concoction of leftover condiments (mustard, Chipotle mayo) and a little red wine, then patted with a mixture of dry spices. 5 hours of pecan smoke and they were done.

I like my ribs fall off the bone tender, but an hour wrapped didn't do it, but my FIL liked em so that's all that counts. I was also a little disappointed that the chicken skin got so tough. I love me some chicken skin, but this was way too tough. Inside was super most and tender though.

Took the thighs we didn't eat Saturday and turned them into an awesome chicken tortilla soup. The smoky flavor was most excellent.


You get the same mixed results I do. I've absolutely nailed the ribs and the next time I follow exactly the same procedure and get totally different results. Frustrating to say the least. Still good though. Smile

Jim


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My daughter's first ever attempt at smoked ribs. Home run!


She made me more last Sunday. Even better.


I made us some sliders.


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Yesterday's lunch, with protection.

Double 1/3lb bacon cheese burgers topped with a drippy egg, along with some veggies.







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Breakfast at work:


 
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Food, New England Style, with protection.
Beverages by Dunks and a local brewery startup, Skyroc brewery: Turnpike Double IPA





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What is that top picture? Looks like some kind of meat?


 
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What is that top picture? Looks like some kind of meat?


Yes. It declared the meat in the spices.
 
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Carne Asada tacos for dinner tonight.

It marinated for 24 hours and then hit the 500° grill.


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two day diet

 
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I'm not a photog by any stretch but here's some cast iron dutch oven chili dogs. The dutch oven imparts a nice smoky flavor.









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That's a good looking pig. Love a good pig pickin!
BBQ the way it's meant to be.


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Omg. That pig.
 
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Elk burger topped with home cured bacon and a farm egg. Gotta love Paleo.
 
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Spatchcock chicken and H‑E‑B Texas Heritage Pecan Smoked Beef Sausage:




Not pictured, I picked green beans from my garden and steamed them to eat with the chicken and sausage. Everything came out delicious and I'm really impressed with the sausage (first time purchase).



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I've been so lazy about posting pictures. I need to post more food porn, especially food with protection like Vemon.


Vemon, you have a lot of nice knives!
 
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