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  1. #1
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    Default I crossed the line, But the misses.....

    Well Ive been trying to smoke a rack of spares for couple of days now and I had no other choice but do what I did before they went bad and had to throw them away.

    The wife would have had my head If I had to throw away meat!
    I ended up busy this afternoon with work and messed up my schedule for smoking today. It reached 69 and a high for tomorrow is 35

    The damage;
    When I came home for lunch to day I put the ribs in the oven wrapped in foil at the lowest temp possible. 170
    4hrs later I came home and moved them to smoker.They have some good pull back but I'm not sure how much smoke penetration I will have.
    I'm hoping they are still edible.

    Any comments?
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    Glued, I'm sure they will be fine. Maybe not as smokey as one would like but edible as you said. Let us know how they come out and glad you didn't let them go to waste.

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    I bet that they will be just fine... probably not your best of show, but you will definitely be able to eat em.
    Plank Owner ..................
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  4. #4
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    Well even though I had go against all I know, Sometimes a man has to do what a man has to do.

    I have to say they actually came out really good! Better than I expected.

    We also had 2lbs of steamed crablegs a piece and cloned recipie red lobster biscuts.

    Over all it turned out to be great Valetines day dinner!
    VDS aka "IT"
    Brinkman Smoke N Pit Pitmaster
    Kegerator(retired)
    OUTDOOR GOURMET 11-PIECE COMBO FRYER SET
    KCBS Certified BBQ Judge
    Formaly "The Q Joint" BBQ Team (The Butt Man)
    There's no place like 127.0.0.1
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    Quote Originally Posted by glued2it View Post
    Well even though I had go against all I know, Sometimes a man has to do what a man has to do.

    I have to say they actually came out really good! Better than I expected.

    We also had 2lbs of steamed crablegs a piece and cloned recipie red lobster biscuts.

    Over all it turned out to be great Valetines day dinner!

    Sounds like a winner!

    Hey, next time that you grill some steaks, get ya some king crab legs, inject with garlic butter and throw on the grill for about 3-4 minutes each side. Talk about gooooooooood!!!


    Just threw them on the grill.


    Son still tryin to figger em out. He loved em!
    Chuck

    http://cookinwithchuck.blogspot.com Updated 01/10/10

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  6. #6
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    Quote Originally Posted by glued2it View Post
    Well even though I had go against all I know, Sometimes a man has to do what a man has to do.
    Well said, my friend. My belief is you use the tools available to get the job done to the best of your abilities. I've had people say it's "cheating" to use an oven. I say if I can turn out a good meal for my family, or if I need to finish a brisket or ribs in the oven after a few hrs on the grill, who cares? Unless, of course, that person is volunteering to actually *cook* the meal, donchuno?

    Sounds like a successful cook to me. Any complaints from the wife? No? Than it worked out fine!

    As for throwing out meat. I've done so, more than once. Thanks to my work schedule, I've worked 68 hrs straight before, and regularly pull 24-40 hrs awake at <4 hrs notice. Those hrs really take a meal plan and .
    Rob - TX Sandman
    Plank Owner, TQJ

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    Quote Originally Posted by nascarchuck View Post
    Sounds like a winner!



    Son still tryin to figger em out. He loved em!

    Looks like Fido's got 'em figured out

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    Quote Originally Posted by SmokyOkie View Post
    Looks like Fido's got 'em figured out

    Yeah... Little ol Snickers is like Mikey... He'll eat anything!!! Even my cookin!
    Chuck

    http://cookinwithchuck.blogspot.com Updated 01/10/10

    Midnight Blue Smokers - Ft. Worth, Texas

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  9. #9
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    Lil' Snickers looks like he's on Q Alert!
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