posted on Jul, 16 2017 @ 11:53 AM
Just posting my results after a busy weekend bbq'ing.
Since this was my first venture into the smoke box, I started with an easy one, baby back ribs.
I used Dr. BBQ's recipe for rub and sauce, and was impressed with the result!!!! Absolutely delicious!!!
Before the sauce-
Since the ribs were unbelievable, i got a boost in confidence (and ego), so I stepped it up with a pork tenderloin. I have no hesitation in saying
this was the best pork tenderloin ive ever eaten!!! Nothing fancy, just one of those packaged, pre-marinated ones from the grocery store.
*Note that beautiful smoke ring*😉
I even smoked some fresh veggies with it...
With my ego soaring, I took on the Pinnacle of the BBQ world last night, Pork Shoulder.
It took a lot longer than I expected(13 hours total). I actually just took it off the smoker at 5 am this morning. Almost all of pitmasters recommend
a 'cool down' period of 2-4 hours, where you wrap the meat in foil and place it in a cooler, so thats where I am right now. Im just about to start
pulling it, then im going to place the pulled pork in a few foil pans, douse them with sauce, and put them back in for a couple hours for dinner
Heres the links to the rub recipes I used...
Dr. BBQ's Bab Back ribs
Ive been trying to link to the pork shoulder recipe, but I cant. I'm guessing its because its a pdf. So just Google Dr. BBQ's pork shoulder, and it
will take you there.