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Old 07-01-2006, 04:20 PM   #1
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Pre 4th Ribs

I have to work on the 4th but I am off this weekend so after making new modifications to my smoker I decided to do some ribs. They had been on about two hours when I took this pic.

One rack with mustard slather and Wolfe rub. One rack with Lea and Perrins Woster and Wolfe rub and one rack with mustard slather and Tex-Joy steak seasoning.


Earlier this morning I made some of Jack's CG bbq sauce and I really like it. Can't wait to see how it taste with the ribs.



My kids asked me why I never take pics of people sooooo.

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Cute kids Cliff. The ribs look like they are coming along =P~ . That sauce of Jack's is awsome..Can't wait to see the finished pics of the ribs and the girls eat em..
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Cute kids Cliff. The ribs look like they are coming along =P~ . That sauce of Jack's is awsome..Can't wait to see the finished pics of the ribs and the girls eat em..
I can just picture them with bbq sauce all over their face and clothes...lol
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Old 07-01-2006, 06:03 PM   #4
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I need to do some more ribs. Those look like they will be fantastic.
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2 cuties there Cliff, what mods did you make now? 8-[
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I just couldn't decide what to delete so I am posting them all :biggrin:
This is my first time using Lump and I am sold on it. It was clean burning and lasted for 4hrs before I added more. I used the biggest part of a 10lb bag over 6hrs using the 3-2-1 method. It actually went more like 3.5-1.5-.5 The ribs were fantastic. Good flavor. No pics of kids eating because my hands were sloppy messy with bbq.





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2 cuties there Cliff, what mods did you make now? 8-[
Check out the Mod section Puff. It worked real good and cheap too.
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Yummmm!
Looks great! =P~ =P~ =P~
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Fantastic! =D>
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Oh yeah now your cooking. =P~ =P~ Looks great.
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Great looking ribs, Cliffy (Cheers) :biggrin:
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Nice looking grub and kiddos there Cliff!
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Groovy ribs, Look mighty tasty. =P~
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[quote="Cliff H."]I just couldn't decide what to delete so I am posting them all :biggrin:
This is my first time using Lump and I am sold on it. It was clean burning and lasted for 4hrs before I added more. I used the biggest part of a 10lb bag over 6hrs using the 3-2-1 method. It actually went more like 3.5-1.5-.5 The ribs were fantastic. Good flavor. No pics of kids eating because my hands were sloppy messy with bbq.

Cliff those ribs look outstanding way to go . Its gonna be burgers and hotdogs here in Denmark SC . My smoker is down for repairs , seesm there is a leak in the drum , so my friend has taken it to his shop for repairs. So its back to the Kenmore gas grill til it returns.
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Awesome bro' =D> =D> =D> =D>
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