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Old 03-08-2006, 07:44 PM   #1
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Are These Ribs Done?

Can anyone tell me by the looks, in your opinion, are these ribs done?
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Old 03-08-2006, 07:46 PM   #2
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Uh...................yeah.
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Old 03-08-2006, 07:57 PM   #3
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Hard to tell from that pic, but they are probably safe to eat.
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Old 03-08-2006, 08:01 PM   #4
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Did you make those kick ass?
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Yes, I just took them off the smoker. Aren't you proud of me? That is the second rack of ribs that I have ruined on the last 2 smokes.
Better take a break from smoking for, oh, maybe 3 days. My wife just brought home some hot Mac & Cheese and I opened the oven door and let her see those ribs. She said she wished she had bought more Mac & Cheese. She don't appreciate nothing!!!!!!!!!
My blood pressure has been too high because I stoppped drinking. guess I was drinking too much. Not feeling really well.
Hey, I gotta have some excuse, don't I?
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Old 03-08-2006, 08:22 PM   #6
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ribs ? i thought those were my mother in laws teeth #-o
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ribs ? i thought those were my mother in laws teeth #-o
I thoght somebody stole my teeth
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Old 03-08-2006, 08:37 PM   #8
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The Puff Man,
Yes, I just took them off the smoker. Aren't you proud of me? That is the second rack of ribs that I have ruined on the last 2 smokes.
Better take a break from smoking for, oh, maybe 3 days. My wife just brought home some hot Mac & Cheese and I opened the oven door and let her see those ribs. She said she wished she had bought more Mac & Cheese. She don't appreciate nothing!!!!!!!!!
My blood pressure has been too high because I stoppped drinking. guess I was drinking too much. Not feeling really well.
Hey, I gotta have some excuse, don't I?
Smoke On!!!!
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Sheeeeaaaatttt!!! happens, i think wev'e all done it :biggrin:
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Old 03-08-2006, 09:26 PM   #9
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I don't know, maybe an hour or so in foil and they will be done!
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I really think another 1 1/2hrs and you could market them as "Jerky on a Stick". =D>
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Finney, there you go again, stealing my ideas. I thought of jerky on a stick last week.
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Old 03-09-2006, 06:20 AM   #12
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Re: Ribs

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The Puff Man,
Yes, I just took them off the smoker. Aren't you proud of me? That is the second rack of ribs that I have ruined on the last 2 smokes.
Better take a break from smoking for, oh, maybe 3 days. My wife just brought home some hot Mac & Cheese and I opened the oven door and let her see those ribs. She said she wished she had bought more Mac & Cheese. She don't appreciate nothing!!!!!!!!!
My blood pressure has been too high because I stoppped drinking. guess I was drinking too much. Not feeling really well.
Hey, I gotta have some excuse, don't I?
Smoke On!!!!
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Don't feel bad! I can't speak for everyone else, but I've had cooks that turned out horrible as well. Don't take a break from smoking, buy more ribs and keep practicing! How long and at what temps did you cook the past two racks of ribs?
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Finney, there you go again, stealing my ideas. I thought of jerky on a stick last week.
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The Puff Man,
Yes, I just took them off the smoker. Aren't you proud of me? That is the second rack of ribs that I have ruined on the last 2 smokes.
Better take a break from smoking for, oh, maybe 3 days. My wife just brought home some hot Mac & Cheese and I opened the oven door and let her see those ribs. She said she wished she had bought more Mac & Cheese. She don't appreciate nothing!!!!!!!!!
My blood pressure has been too high because I stoppped drinking. guess I was drinking too much. Not feeling really well.
Hey, I gotta have some excuse, don't I?
Smoke On!!!!
ed
Ed,
Don't feel bad! I can't speak for everyone else, but I've had cooks that turned out horrible as well. Don't take a break from smoking, buy more ribs and keep practicing! How long and at what temps did you cook the past two racks of ribs?
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The Puff Man,
Yes, I just took them off the smoker. Aren't you proud of me? That is the second rack of ribs that I have ruined on the last 2 smokes.
Better take a break from smoking for, oh, maybe 3 days. My wife just brought home some hot Mac & Cheese and I opened the oven door and let her see those ribs. She said she wished she had bought more Mac & Cheese. She don't appreciate nothing!!!!!!!!!
My blood pressure has been too high because I stoppped drinking. guess I was drinking too much. Not feeling really well.
Hey, I gotta have some excuse, don't I?
Smoke On!!!!
ed
Ed,
Don't feel bad! I can't speak for everyone else, but I've had cooks that turned out horrible as well. Don't take a break from smoking, buy more ribs and keep practicing! How long and at what temps did you cook the past two racks of ribs?
Four Days, 400*
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Old 03-09-2006, 05:35 PM   #16
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My wifey, bless her, would approve of them. She has to have any kind of meats welllllllllllllll done. Drives me nuts.
I bet the dog enjoyed those bones though.
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