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    new smoker

    just received this Bradley smoker thru a thanksgiving raffle at work I'm not a big fan of electric smokers but i will give it a try I have it set up to season the smoker now it has 6 racks inside and can be controlled on your phone inside the house
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    Very nice I have a Cookshack Brand eletric smoker. I love it. Mine has three shelves and holds up to 40lbs of meat, I once fixed pulled pork for my moms 80th birthday and smoked 6 pork butts that totaled 46lbs. I just rubbed them with a Cookshack brand pork rub put them all in the smoker at once at 220 degrees did not open it for 13 hours and they turned out great. I like the ease of use of the eletric smokers. Yours uses the wafers made of wood chips. Enjoy it give it a chance. I have even used mine in the garage in bad weather.
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    Cool, when are you doing ribs? Iíll clear my calendar

    I like elecrtic smokers, the temperature stays more consistent making for a better cook.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kennyd View Post
    Cool, when are you doing ribs? Iíll clear my calendar

    I like elecrtic smokers, the temperature stays more consistent making for a better cook.
    I am planning on ribs next weekend if the rain stays away and I will be using 2lanecruzers # 1 rub recipe
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    Quote Originally Posted by bmichael View Post
    I am planning on ribs next weekend if the rain stays away and I will be using 2lanecruzers # 1 rub recipe
    Cool! Let us know the results!
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    doing the ribs today using 2lanes #1 rub recipe I took the lazy way out and found the butt rub so I didn't have to mix it I used pecan oak and hickory wood put them on to late still waiting for them to get done they have been in about 2 hrs so far i just took them off first time smoking anything don't know how they are going to be but they look good I rubbed them with some bbq sauce when I took them out
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    How'd the ribs taste?
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    Quote Originally Posted by mark02tj View Post
    How'd the ribs taste?
    I had a little to much seasoning on them which made them a little salty but they were very tender and had good flavor
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    It takes some practice, but glad to hear it wasn't a total loss!

    Here is the method I like to use with 2LC's rub and spicy brown mustard, make sure to remove the membrane and follow the "2-2-1" method:

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kennyd View Post
    It takes some practice, but glad to hear it wasn't a total loss!

    Here is the method I like to use with 2LC's rub and spicy brown mustard, make sure to remove the membrane and follow the "2-2-1" method:

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    Iíve been using Jeffís method for two seasons now, definitely not competition ribs but no better way to make them IMO.


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