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Cooked about 2 hours, pic 1 is raw and pic is at the 1:45 mark while I was adding a apple cider vinager and oil mix.
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Would you like me to bring anything?
You good with beer?
Nicely done. How'd the smoker work?
Working good. Coming into the home stretch. This is right before I wrapped them in foil to finish them.
What kind of wood you using?
I usually go with a 3-2-1 method or 2-2-1 depending on how hot the fire is. That is 3(or 2) hours uncovered, 2 hours foiled, then 1 hour uncovered to finish them off. It's basically foolproof, but I play around a lot, too.
Pecan and hickory(hickory hard to come by around here so had to mix). Done. Btw no sauce, just a dry rub and some dappin sauce.
Looks good. I never use sauce except for a little dipping, either.
Can't wait for it to warm up so I can fire up the grill and smoker. Willie, what kind of rub did you use? Do you have the recipe for the rub? I would be interested.
I use an applewood rub that a local makes, I'll see if I can't get the ingredients for you. . But honestly I think just rubbing it with cavengers is close to as good as I've ever had.
I'm always looking for new rubs so any other suggestions are welcome
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