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Old 04-03-2011, 08:49 AM   #1
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Fish and Chicken Ribs

I've had 50lbs of fish an chicken ribs brining for about a week now and I'm finally getting ready to smoke them. Gonna do them low and slow and now I'm out of smoke wood? I have a couple pine cones, will they be okay if I soak them in vinegar?
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I'd give it another week in the brine, but add some more salt peter...takes a lot to get the chicken ribs tender.
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Have to eat them today, that's what we planned for dinner.
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The pine cones should be fine as long as a squirrel weighing no less than 3.15 lbs sits on them for a minimum of 4 hours.
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Do you or your neighbors have a picket fence? That would work in the situation your in.
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I've had 50lbs of fish an chicken ribs brining for about a week now and I'm finally getting ready to smoke them. Gonna do them low and slow and now I'm out of smoke wood? I have a couple pine cones, will they be okay if I soak them in vinegar?
....if you're going with the pine cones for smoke, keep in the theme of "woodsy flavor" by rubbing meat down with sap from tree, then grind up some pine needles and use as rub for meat....should be perfect !
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Re: Fish and Chicken Ribs

Chicken ribs?


I'd stay clear of pine(just my opinion). Don't you have any type of hard wood there? Nut shells of any kind?

If it was just a pound or so, maybe try w/the pine cone. Hate to try something new with that much to risk.
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Re: Fish and Chicken Ribs

[quote=friesian_rain]
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I've had 50lbs of fish an chicken ribs brining for about a week now and I'm finally getting ready to smoke them. Gonna do them low and slow and now I'm out of smoke wood? I have a couple pine cones, will they be okay if I soak them in vinegar?
....if you're going with the pine cones for smoke, keep in the theme of "woodsy flavor" by rubbing meat down with sap from tree, then grind up some pine needles and use as rub for meat....should be perfect !
DON'T forget the pictures ! [/quote:2f9yfp0y]

See, there's a man that knows his meat!
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I've had 50lbs of fish an chicken ribs brining for about a week now and I'm finally getting ready to smoke them. Gonna do them low and slow and now I'm out of smoke wood? I have a couple pine cones, will they be okay if I soak them in vinegar?
....if you're going with the pine cones for smoke, keep in the theme of "woodsy flavor" by rubbing meat down with sap from tree, then grind up some pine needles and use as rub for meat....should be perfect !
DON'T forget the pictures ! [/quote:ajasta8i]

See, there's a man that knows his meat![/quote:ajasta8i]


Hmmmmmm I'm a bit wary of going in this direction but...... a man who's knows his meat !? How about a gal... A gal who knows .....
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Well.......I do apologize. Griff had to do it and there is a tradition on this forum. ("All Alaskan Women must prove they're women"). This is rule #989, page 66 of the rule book.
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