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Does this look tasty to you? (part 2)

Discussion in 'Miscellany' started by ddietiker, Jul 12, 2008.

  1. I am firing up the BBQ pit today, so in the spirit of Greg's thread....

    I'll let you know how they taste in about 5 and a half hours :wink:

    Warming up the BBQ to 225 or there abouts with some hickory

    NIKON D200    ---    52mm    f/2.8    1/40s    ISO 100

    Mean while prepping the ribs with secret home made rub and warming to room temp


    BBQ up to temp, put the ribs on for the low and slow cook

    NIKON D200    ---    48mm    f/2.8    1/40s    ISO 100

    Brats to add 40 minutes before ribs are done. Hickory smoked BBQ brats are the best

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  3. You bet Greg. 3 hours into it now, they are looking pretty good. I will cook them to almost falling off the bone (2 to 2 1/2 hours longer.) Bet folks didnt think you could get good BBQ in the Northwest corner of the states. Temp been constant 225 and just a wisper of smoke coming out the stack.

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  4. yummy...
    i wish i were there right now
  5. You are about as far away as you could be from me and still be in the continental US :wink: if you can make it in 3 hours, things will be ready :biggrin:
  6. Wow Douglas, this post is making me really hungry!
  7. hmmmm
    and i DO love the PNW
    it's time for a visit toward your part of the world, again

  8. Making you hungry? I have to smell it. :biggrin: having to wait and cooking 6 hours is very tough.:wink:
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  9. Let me know Greg, if you like BBQ, I love to cook it.
  10. a day of preparing BBQ together with some great photography efforts while the meat cooks... sounds great to me
  11. Let me know, I have lots of places I know of for great shots.

    NIKON D200    ---    17mm    f/14.0    1/60s    ISO 320
  12. Well unfortunately, BBQ is not an exact science. That is where the pit master comes in. Not quite done yet, but getting close.

  13. Done:wink: tried something different. cooked the one one the left with an exception. Added home made Lexington style BBQ sauce. Normally I set sauce on the side.

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