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Old 04-11-2011, 08:07 PM   #1
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Sunday Smoked St. Louis Ribs and Smoked King Salmon

Last week I was gone all week on business and came home to an empty fridge. The wife had a very busy week as well and no shopping was done;
So I pulled some King Salmon pieces out of the freezer and brined them up with a dry brine of kosher salt, garlic, brown sugar and chipotle powder. Let that sit over night in the fridge and get all happy. I also had a few beers from the great state of Alaska too

The next morning I was going to play 9-holes of golf with Toby, but woke up at around 2:00 am with horrble Montazuma's revenge; I passed on the golf.

So I decided to throw a couple of racks of St Louis style spare ribs on the WSM 22" with the salmon and sit down and watch the Masters Golf.

I soaked some mesquite chips in a bottle of Scotch Whiskey

I smoked the salmon for about 1 hour at 225* and let the ribs go for about 5 hours; they were perfect!!!
I served with saffron brown rice and green beans.
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Old 04-11-2011, 08:19 PM   #2
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Re: Sunday Smoked St. Louis Ribs and Smoked King Salmon

Looks like you made up for the week off, all looks great Tim!
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Re: Sunday Smoked St. Louis Ribs and Smoked King Salmon

Oh, absolutely wonderful looking ! Gotta love the "fruits" of Alaska; and those ribs looked divine !
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Re: Sunday Smoked St. Louis Ribs and Smoked King Salmon

Some fine looking fish and ribs!!!
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Old 04-11-2011, 09:45 PM   #5
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Re: Sunday Smoked St. Louis Ribs and Smoked King Salmon

Food looks wonderful, But know Golf thats stinks
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Fish looks great, but those ribs are awsome. Very nice smoke ring, very nice look'n ribs. Thanks for the pix.
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Re: Sunday Smoked St. Louis Ribs and Smoked King Salmon

awesome meal! Excellent smoke ring!
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Re: Sunday Smoked St. Louis Ribs and Smoked King Salmon

The ribs look absolutely perfect. No exposed bone, great color and nice smoke ring. The only thing that looks troubling is the J&B in that try of chips.
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Re: Sunday Smoked St. Louis Ribs and Smoked King Salmon

Looks to be a mighty good meal. Nice job on it all. And to me what better way to use a bottle of JB
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The ribs look absolutely perfect. No exposed bone, great color and nice smoke ring. The only thing that looks troubling is the J&B in that try of chips.
Sorry Lew; I have about 8 of those bottles and I was trying to reduce my inventory. :P
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