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Old 04-22-2007, 12:14 PM   #1
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What a great day for cooking!

80* today!
3 racks of spares on the WSM over KF and hickory and a little apple. Rubbed with Wofe Rub Original and Dizzy Pig's Dizzy Dust.
I also pulled out the Char Griller to do some fatties and a few beer can chickens. I wanted to try out the lump that the Diva Q crew brought with them when they were in town on Friday.(Thanks guys ). Using cherry and apple wood for smoke.
I'll tell you all what. When I dumped a chimney full of lump in the CG the cobwebs that it has aquired since the last time I used it when up in a ball of flame On a day like today I don't mind babysitting the old girl. I think it's time for a beer or 12




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Old 04-22-2007, 01:00 PM   #2
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Yep, perfect weather here too!
Doin' ribs & beer myself
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Old 04-22-2007, 01:11 PM   #3
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Yep, perfect weather here too!
Doin' ribs & beer myself
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Bones just went into the foil for a 45 min. nap
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Old 04-22-2007, 01:16 PM   #5
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Looking good Mr. Puff.
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Old 04-22-2007, 01:16 PM   #6
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Yep, perfect weather here too!
Doin' ribs & beer myself
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Bones just went into the foil for a 45 min. nap
Steam those bones boy!
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Old 04-22-2007, 01:35 PM   #7
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Yep, perfect weather here too!
Doin' ribs & beer myself
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Bones just went into the foil for a 45 min. nap
Steam those bones boy!
At the last minute I decided not to foil. Dinner isn't till 4 and the bones were already pullin' back a little
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Heck, I'd be into a rack by now. Those look tasty. What sauce is on them?
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Heck, I'd be into a rack by now. Those look tasty. What sauce is on them?
None yet. Dat be da bark
I'm going to use SBR's and Hayward's some stuff I got from Kansas City.
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Looks great poof!
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Heck, I'd be into a rack by now. Those look tasty. What sauce is on them?
None yet. Dat be da bark
I'm going to use SBR's and Hayward's some stuff I got from Kansas City.
I hear that "haywards stuff" is good by itself, not blended with some inferior sauce

Let me know how it turns out on the ribs!
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The Haywards was used with no other......."inferior" sauce . It was put on top of some Dizzy Dust but that was a great flavor combo. (Thanks Steer Dan Crazy )
The ribs came out great(NO foil this time)
As far as the lump I recieved from Diva Q and crew, it burned hotter than Royal Oak. But I was able to keep a steadier temp in the Char Griller I was very impressed. Hardly any ash. Thanks again Diva & Co.
Chicken came out great using the Wolfe Rub injection.
It was just a great "summer" day in the smoke




...and with that.........my little sweety gives her seal of approval
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Puff,

What a meal. It all looks very good. Very cute daughter.
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good lookin' grub puff..
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Food looks great puff. Ribs have a nice color to them.

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Good job my friend.
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Lovely simply lovely
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Old 04-23-2007, 08:43 AM   #18
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Great Job Puff..
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Darn ... need ribs ...

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looks great Puff.....you feedin a crew or just your family?? Whats in the crock pot??
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