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I mixed a batch of my home made rub (assorted spices, italian dressing, and Baby Ray's BBQ sauce) and I threw some country style ribs on the Brinkman. I let them smoke for two hours and they came out delicious. I will post some pictures after I get them down loaded onto Photobucket. They are absolutely delicious, I fixed a vegetable medley and yellow rice to boot. Stand back or you'll pull out a nub if you reach into my plate :lol: :lol: :lol: .
 

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Sounds good, Can't wait for the pictures
 

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I do love baby backs on the smoker. Another good way is to boil the ribs in water and apple cider vinegar until the meat pulls in about an inch from the ends of the bones. Put the rub on them, grill them and slap on the bar b q sauce.
 

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Those sound great. I did some baby backs on Super Bowl Sunday. I used different rub this time. I cook them for 2 hours at 250 on the smoker, pull them off, and this time I coated them in Honey, added a bit more rub, wrapped them in foil and placed back on the smoker for 2 more hours at 250. Pulled and unwrapped them and cooked for another 15 minutes, then sauced for the last 10 to 15 minutes.

The Honey added a great flavor. I have never done that before. I ususally add some cider when I wrap them in foil. I love Ribs on the smoker :)
 

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Here are the pictures:
Ole' reliable

Just after the smoke


Ready to devour.

 

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It sure does, just time time for supper
 

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Pops you don't live too far from me, we need to get together and ride sometime. I'll bring some ribs or backstrap for lunch :D
 

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I hate this section, it always makes me hungry :roll: :lol: :lol:
 
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