Just bought a pellet smoker TME

I'm a smoker noob. I ask the og in all its wisdom. Tme about pellet grills , best meats to cook and methods 

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My goto is baby back ribs, it's possibly my favorite thing to do. 

 

 

Smoke up some fish ASAP 

I'm going to try it all. I love ribs though so I'm excited for that 

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Bump. Help me Americans 

What do you want to know about it? It's just some the temperature and timing it. What smoker did you get?

Bought one about 6 weeks ago. Definitely haven't used it enough yet to give advice, but so far we love it and everything we've grilled has tasted great. 

If you want to clean it. You need to buy a Shop Vac too! Trust me. 

Do some memphis dry rub style st. louis cut ribs.

First you will want to dry brine your ribs. Put the same amount of salt on the ribs like you would if you're eating them at the table. Let them sit overnight or at least 6 hours in the fridge so the salt can penetrate the meat.

Next mix equal parts paprika, granulated onion, granulated garlic, and black pepper. Usually 2 teaspoons of each will do 1 rack of ribs. If the ribs are dry you can use mustard or water to add moisture to help the rub stick. Sprinkle this on your ribs to make a medium coating where you can still see some of the meat underneath the seasoning.

Finally put them in your smoker for 3-4 hours @ 275. I like to check them with a toothpick, i like the toothpick to slide in a with a little more resistance than butter. You can pick how tough or soft you like your ribs.

What grill did you get? Mine is being delivered tomorrow. 


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What the fuck! No text and only one picture. I don't even know why I try

Pulled pork. 10 hours at 225-250 until the meat reaches 201

TzTinkle - Do some memphis dry rub style st. louis cut ribs.

First you will want to dry brine your ribs. Put the same amount of salt on the ribs like you would if you're eating them at the table. Let them sit overnight or at least 6 hours in the fridge so the salt can penetrate the meat.

Next mix equal parts paprika, granulated onion, granulated garlic, and black pepper. Usually 2 teaspoons of each will do 1 rack of ribs. If the ribs are dry you can use mustard or water to add moisture to help the rub stick. Sprinkle this on your ribs to make a medium coating where you can still see some of the meat underneath the seasoning.

Finally put them in your smoker for 3-4 hours @ 275. I like to check them with a toothpick, i like the toothpick to slide in a with a little more resistance than butter. You can pick how tough or soft you like your ribs.


HoboSkillet - 

Pulled pork. 10 hours at 225-250 until the meat reaches 201


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I quoted those 2 posts because something I have not done yet is truly smoke.



Have cooked and it is always good.


However, I have yet to taste a true smoke taste and have been wondering what do you need to do.


Tips for smoking some items ? Above 2 posts are great and let me know I have just been "cooking". not smoking.

TFK_Kaneman82 -

What do you want to know about it? It's just some the temperature and timing it. What smoker did you get?

Got the gmg jim Bowie 

TzTinkle - Do some memphis dry rub style st. louis cut ribs.

First you will want to dry brine your ribs. Put the same amount of salt on the ribs like you would if you're eating them at the table. Let them sit overnight or at least 6 hours in the fridge so the salt can penetrate the meat.

Next mix equal parts paprika, granulated onion, granulated garlic, and black pepper. Usually 2 teaspoons of each will do 1 rack of ribs. If the ribs are dry you can use mustard or water to add moisture to help the rub stick. Sprinkle this on your ribs to make a medium coating where you can still see some of the meat underneath the seasoning.

Finally put them in your smoker for 3-4 hours @ 275. I like to check them with a toothpick, i like the toothpick to slide in a with a little more resistance than butter. You can pick how tough or soft you like your ribs.

Legend. Thanks heaps mate 

DrOrloff -

What the fuck! No text and only one picture. I don't even know why I try

Please try. That pic made my mouth water 

williepep - I quoted those 2 posts because something I have not done yet is truly smoke.



Have cooked and it is always good.


However, I have yet to taste a true smoke taste and have been wondering what do you need to do.


Tips for smoking some items ? Above 2 posts are great and let me know I have just been "cooking". not smoking.


You just need a source of wood smoke, ideally you would use a smoker, but you can use a regular grill too if you get a product like the amazing tube. You stuff the tube full of wood pellets that you can buy anywhere grill supplies are sold and light it to produce smoke. Shows the tube in action.