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    TVWBB Gold Member Brian Dahl's Avatar
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    Cool Please don't disqualify me...

    because I'm using my Mini. Thank you. I'm smokin' a rack of back ribs - no baby here, it was almost 4#'s. Bisected, mustard'ed and bone dusted - into the fridge for an overnight rest



    and here they are being lovingly placed in the Mini



    I'm running KC w/ peach wood. This was almost two hours ago, I'll let you know how its rolling
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    Looking good Brian, you do the left coast mini crowd prowd
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    ABT's (and a few not so) prepped and waiting their turn

    “The only time to eat diet food is while you're waiting for the steak to cook.” J.C.
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    No disqualification! Looking good!

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    Bone dusted? What's that, please?

    4 pound of rib sounds like it's from a monster pig. I think I need to ask my butcher to stop trimming so much meat off the racks he sells me.

    I've just discovered ABTs, and haven't got as far as seasoning them. What do you sprinkle yours with? I see ground chilli flakes, I think, but what's the brown stuff?

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    @ Andy - ABT rub is not the same every time. This is a new rub for me, I'll post a pic.

    Bone Dust is the same every time:

    1/2 C paprika
    1/4 C chili powder
    3 T salt
    2 T ground coriander
    2 T garlic powder
    2 T sugar
    2 T curry powder
    2 T dry hot mustard
    1 T freshly ground hot pepper
    1 T dried basil
    1 T ground thyme
    1 T ground cumin
    1 T cayenne

    Mix and enjoy! Doubles nicely. From the cookbook: "Sticks & Stones".

    at the three hour mark, time to put the ABTs on




    Last edited by Brian Dahl; 05-23-2015 at 06:21 PM. Reason: formatting
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    Have to admit I had to look up what ABTs were, although I could tell it was some sort of bacon wrapped jalapeño. They look great. I'm definately going to try some soon. Thanks for sharing.

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    Thanks for the 'Bone Dust'. Ribs look awesome.
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    Wow Brian!!! WOW
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    Great looking ribs Brian.
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