Had some nice weather so i fired up the offset

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Had some nice weather so i fired up the offset

Post by nic0 » Wed May 20, 2020 8:02 am

Brisket is just Salt & Pepper, one half of the Ribs is the BBQ Pit Boys Dry Pork Rub and the other half is Brown Sugar & Bourbon. I used the BBQ pit boys MOP on the Ribs and Brisket. The Brisket stalled at the 5hr mark so i had to use the texas crutch for 2 1/2 hours then i let it rest for another 2 hours. I am very happy with how the Ribs and Brisket turned out. The bacon was for the potato salad and the garlic cheese and bacon bread.
Ribs Brisket & Bacon
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Ribs Brisket & Bacon
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Salt & Pepper Brisket
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Brisket Cut
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Re: Had some nice weather so i fired up the offset

Post by Davo » Wed May 20, 2020 11:44 am

Now I'm in trouble......I just ate my phone looking at those pics.....OMG :shock: they look delish.
What grill are you using...charcoal...gas....pellet....don't recognize it by pic...maybe you're from o/s?


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