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Old 05-28-2007, 11:14 AM   #1
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I had some other beef and pork spares that were in the fridge. I didn't really feel like cooking today, but I gotta figure this smoke ring thing out.

2 racks of beef ribs rubbed with worcestershire and Slabs "Wow your Cow Beef Rub" cause I was out of my personal stock of WRB! The spares I trimmed St. Louis style and I'm saving the trimmings to attempt Chinese Roast pork soon. I rubbed the spares liberally with Wolfe Rub Original. I've added apple juice and water to the drip pans to see if addition moisture in the oval helps produce a smoke ring.

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Old 05-28-2007, 11:25 AM   #2
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Good luck but it dose not matter it just looks good. I wish i was cooking but its rain and i don't want to get wet today.
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Good luck but it dose not matter it just looks good. I wish i was cooking but its rain and i don't want to get wet today.
You're right Chris is doesn't matter, but I want one!!! LOL

I heard about all the rain you guys are getting. Hope all is well!! My wife and daughter are going down to Austin/Killeen next week!

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I agree and I've always done my meat this way! With the WSM and Primo I put the cold meat onto a cold cooker and add lit coals (WSM) and torch the lump (Primo) and let it come to temp from there. WSM I got a great smoke ring, Primo none......But this is something I'm doing wrong, because I see folks cooking on Primo's and BGE's and Grill Domes with perfect beautiful smoke rings. I'll figure it out. I had a friend tell me he had the same problem for the longest time, tried everything in the book with no results. Then one day he started getting a smoke ring again, so who knows????
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You don't get a good smoke ring unless your karma is good.
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Larry, are you using any wood in the Primo or just the lump?
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Larry, are you using any wood in the Primo or just the lump?
Same amount of wood chunks I used in the WSM.
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Well even folks with bad karma can get a good smokering using Tender Quick. Now the only thang it be closer to pink than red and way too deep to be real. Betcha it could fool a yankee purty quick

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Old 05-28-2007, 03:13 PM   #9
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Lookin' good Wolfe boy!
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I googled the problem and then tried the AskJeeves search engine. There is nothing on the topic Larry. If you figure it out let me know cuz I may need to know someday.
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