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Old 05-06-2006, 05:21 PM   #1
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Today I made beef jerky, a fatty, rack 'o' ribs & tips, beans and corn on the cob on the side.
This is the first time i've made jerky on the smoker, I marinated it all night and just before smoking over some Hickory, apple, and a chunk of Black Cherry, I sprinkled it with Wolfe rub.
It came out good, the flavor was good not to spicy, the only promblem I had was the tops of the meat burned slightly. The drip pan I put underneath it was blocking the heat, the top cooked while the bottom didn't, I removed the pan and it was fine.
I have to experiment with it some more.
I took the fatty off at 160, foiled it with apple juice and maple syrup =P~
I did the 321 method on the ribs, they came out overdone to me, but my daughter just loved 'em

Dinner is served

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Old 05-06-2006, 05:31 PM   #2
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Dayem! =P~ That looks fantastik !! =P~ Bi-color corn and beans look great too ! =P~ Cute daughter too! Watch out for .....
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Puff everything looked great. Heat may have been a tad high if the jerky burnt though............ 8-[
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Grub looks good.
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Old 05-06-2006, 08:09 PM   #5
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Puff everything looked great. Heat may have been a tad high if the jerky burnt though............ 8-[
Thats what I thought #-o
I had too many different things on the cooker #-o
Once I removed the drip pan from under the jerky everything was fine.
But I think it was too late for the jerky
I think I need a rack that is above the grates :-k
Had the temp stuck at 220 all day
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Puff,

Everything looked good. How old is your daughter. Mine is 4 1/2 and she cleaned the bone on the ribs I smoked today. I guess they like them when the meat is falling off the bone.
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Everything looked good. How old is your daughter. Mine is 4 1/2 and she cleaned the bone on the ribs I smoked today. I guess they like them when the meat is falling off the bone.
She just turned 3 in Dec.
I'll tell you she would eat them raw if I let her
The rack I did today was just not right, I did the321 on them, matbe i'll try something else, any idea's?
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Puff everything look good. THe only thing about beef jerky is your wanting to dry it not cook it that way I try to keep my temp in the 150 to 190 range At that temp range you are dry it and not cooking it.

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Puff everything look good. THe only thing about beef jerky is your wanting to dry it not cook it that way I try to keep my temp in the 150 to 190 range At that temp range you are dry it and not cooking it.

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Thanks Link, Larry said the same thing, I had too much food on the cooker, and I forgot I was drying the jerky not cooking it #-o
I'll give it another shot for sure
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What kind of ribs did you do? If they were Baby backs you cooked them too long. They looked like spare I think. I also think Larry said something about doing his 411. Today I just overcooked mine. I didn't foil or anything special. I was to busy with retaining wall problems.
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