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Popped my smoking cherry. Always wanted to get into the habit!

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  1. jeffie7

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    Smoked up some Pork ribs for dinner - Hands on Kitchen

    Last night we picked up a weber 22.5" grill, some coal and some wood. Today, I made it happen.
    Years of wanting to do it, I finally got my feet wet.

    Kept the temps between 225-250o Started out with a dry rub, cooked them for about 1.5 hours then mopped them every half hour after that with apple juice, I then stacked them so they could drip juice on each other, at around the 5 hour mark when they looked good to me both tooth pick prick test, as with picking them up and looking at how they bent, I sauced them then let them cook for another 20 minutes.

    Next week I plan on doing some turkey wings. =)

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    I have to say, I'm very happy with how they turned out considering I've never smoked before. Although I have cooked my share of ribs in the oven.

    Smoked up some Pork ribs for dinner - Hands on Kitchen
     
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    Looks damn good. Screw turkey wings, its all about the smoked turkey legs! I have get one every time I go to a Ren Fest.
     
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    I like wings because legs are always over done.

    Same for buffalo wings, give me the little wingy things over those drumies anyday.
     
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    What kind of wood did you use...oak?
     
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    is that an actual smoker or just a Weber grill?
     
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    :)

     
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    Im sure those were awesome.


    Your supposed to soak the wood in h20 before wrapping it in tinfoil right?
     
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    Hondadude141 ¿pɐǝɥ ɹn ɥʇıʍ uıop nɥɔʇɐʍ

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    Yes'r that way you get the smokey flavor without the wood catching fire and burning off within the first 30 minutes.
     
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