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    Broke in the 1 Star w/Flame Zone over the weekend.

    Put it together on Thursday, did the initial seasoning on Saturday



    After seasoning reduced temp to 200 and on went the Compart Duroc St Louis Spares, got to love the marbling on these.



    2hrs @200 gave them a spritz with 50/50 ACV/water and bumped the temp up to 250 then spritzed on the hour, did not wrap, they were done 3:15 later, total cook time 5:15.



    Served dry top rack in the pictures were seasoned with BPS Money, bottom rack Loot 'N Booty Everything Rub.

    1st pic showed a little darker than they were do to the lighting where I took the pic.







    Last edited by KevinS; 06-26-2018 at 03:12 PM.

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    Oh man those look fantastic! Congrats on the new MAK, first of many great ribs you and your 1 Star will produce
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    What a great way to break in the new MAK!

    The ribs look fantastic.
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    Oh man that marbling on those ribs is awesome!!!
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    Very very nice!

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    how did you keep yourself from cooking friday!? ahahah Nice cook!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Big Poppa View Post
    how did you keep yourself from cooking friday!? ahahah Nice cook!
    Fridays are usually reserved for dinner dates with the wife night. Not that she doesn't like my cooking but sometimes they just want to be wined and dined, you know the saying happy wife, happy life.

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