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    Default Any good smoked caribou ribs recipes?

    Would like to do some up in the new smoker. Looking for a good recipe.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 4merguide View Post
    Would like to do some up in the new smoker. Looking for a good recipe.

    Thanks....

    3-2-1,, Rub with your favorite spice, Smoke for 3 hours, wrap tightly in foil, sprinkle on some brown sugar and apple juice. Cook at 225 for 2 hours,, uncover and coat with your favorite BBQ sauce and cook at 275 for an hour to caramelize the sugars and tighten the sauce.

    3 hours smoke, 2 hours wrapped, and 1 hour to finish. The wrap is what tenderizes so adjust this time to get the "bite" texture you like.
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    Quote Originally Posted by stid2677 View Post
    3-2-1,, Rub with your favorite spice, Smoke for 3 hours, wrap tightly in foil, sprinkle on some brown sugar and apple juice. Cook at 225 for 2 hours,, uncover and coat with your favorite BBQ sauce and cook at 275 for an hour to caramelize the sugars and tighten the sauce.

    3 hours smoke, 2 hours wrapped, and 1 hour to finish. The wrap is what tenderizes so adjust this time to get the "bite" texture you like.
    Thanks Steve....sounds great....will giver er' a go probably this weekend. At what temp do you think you should smoke at for those 3 hours?
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    180 or lower.
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    This is my favorite way to do ribs too. Awesome product when you get done

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    I like a lot of different kinds of spices, but what kind of "rubs" do you guy like...???
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    If I'm doing a roast or something like that I use Montreal steak seasoning but if I am doing ribs I buy a rib rub from sportsman's but I can't remember exactly which one.

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    what are you wrapping it with?

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    aluminum foil

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