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Thread: Chicken and Ribs, A Classic BBQ Combo

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    Chicken and Ribs, A Classic BBQ Combo

    My wife and MiL were shopping at Costco and decided I was going to BBQ today.
    Well dang, if I absolutely must.


    They picked up chicken thighs and St. Louis ribs.
    Chicken and Ribs, a Classic BBQ Combo!


    Rub the ribs with my homemade pork rub.
    Fire up the smoker to 225-240 with Cherry for smoke.
    Low-n-slow, no crutch, cook till they pass the 'Pop, Bend and Crack Test'.


    The chicken got a good dousing of EVOO and a savory rub of spices.
    They bypassed the smoker and went on the grill.


    The women made some sides, they sauteed some asparagus and carrots, tossed a salad and baked some rolls.











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    Looks like there aren't any Vegan's at your house .....
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    Quote Originally Posted by jollymon View Post
    Looks like there aren't any Vegan's at your house .....
    Hardcore omnivores here, and we don't have any faux gluten allergies either.
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    Chili, I don''t know what you do for a "real living" but you and The Chef need to open a restaurant. Heck, I might even buy a few shares of stock and come down a month or two to bus tables!
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    'Pop, Bend and Crack Test'

    Bout how long, or in other words, do I have time to run to the store, have the smoker going when I get home and have them done in time to eat tonight. You're killing me with all of the food pictures.

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    Looks like enough for a army.....how big is your family?....
    Looks absolutely amazing
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    Quote Originally Posted by crazynewts View Post
    Chili, I don''t know what you do for a "real living" but you and The Chef need to open a restaurant. Heck, I might even buy a few shares of stock and come down a month or two to bus tables!
    Quote Originally Posted by crazynewts View Post
    'Pop, Bend and Crack Test'

    Bout how long, or in other words, do I have time to run to the store, have the smoker going when I get home and have them done in time to eat tonight. You're killing me with all of the food pictures.
    I drive a truck for a living.
    Nope, nope, nope, then cooking would become a job.
    I only cook St' Louis ribs and they average 6-7 hours.
    Glad you enjoy my cooking and pics.

    Pop, ends of the bones pop out of the meat
    Bend, rack bends easily and into a U shape when picked up fom the center with tongs
    Crack, when doing the bend test, the bark cracks open.
    Ragnar Benson:
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    Quote Originally Posted by ironman172 View Post
    Looks like enough for a army.....how big is your family?....
    Looks absolutely amazing
    Thanks, that fed five adults and two kids, with plenty of tasty leftovers to munch on.
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    Yum...Thanks. I do my wild hog ribs at 250 for 3 hours then wrap in heavy foil and cook for 6 more hours at 200. fall off the bone tender.

    Your attention to detail in presentation is impeccable. I would just have piled it on the plate!
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    Wild hog is the best pork, even the high dollar heritage hogs aren't as flavorful.

    Thanks, I try so as to get my cooks featured on a BBQ forum.
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    Ragnar Benson:
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