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Trying some ribs in the smoker

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moosen gram

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We've never tried ribs before so this is an experiment, we threw in a couple of frying sausages just to see how they would turn out.

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Also going to put in a bit of salmon....brining it tonight and into the smoker in the morning.
 
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Well smoking ribs is the best way to go I just get the smoke in them then finish them off in the oven or BBQ, adds so much flavour.
 

Dru

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hmm... ill do some ribs..... buttttt while im at it I will do some sausages too..... ANNNNNND maybe some fish!

I have been feeling the urge lately as well....
I want to do up some more Cheese soon...
 

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Our deer ribs were usually saved for the summer camping trips and they were cooked over an open fire as appetizers..... they sure didn't last long, and they went down amazingly well with a few brewskis....
 

Foxton Gundogs

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I do all my ribs in the smoker. @ 2.5 hours with smoke, then wrap them in tinfoil with some apple juice and fireball for moisture for 2 hrs, then finish with sauce on the BBQ

:Hungry:
 

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I do all my ribs in the smoker. @ 2.5 hours with smoke, then wrap them in tinfoil with some apple juice and fireball for moisture for 2 hrs, then finish with sauce on the BBQ

:Hungry:
Hey that sounds good. So no brine before smoking. How hot do you run the smoker? I packed the ribs from my recent whitetail so looking forward to doing this. Thanks for tips.
 

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