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My First Cook (not in order)

dugdbugdugdbug Posts: 244
edited 2:42AM in EggHead Forum
Me with new Egg
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Ribs before sauce
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Ribs in the house
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How about saurkraut and bacon? Gotta get a better skillet..
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you want a weiner with that?
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Comments

  • TRPIVTRPIV Posts: 278
    Looked good. Well done.

    When ever I see images of new eggs, I'm always amazed and the bright white interior. It's hard to imagine that my egg ever looked that clean. :laugh:
  • reader40reader40 Posts: 69
    Looks good!
  • beesbees Posts: 335
    Looks good from here! I agree the skillet handle will melt and you'd be upset if it dripped.Thanks for sharing, Randy
  • atlpatsatlpats Posts: 102
    Congrats on your new Egg!! It all looks great, I am thinking about doing some ribs this week.
  • c tredwellc tredwell Posts: 575
    Looks mighty fine! ;) How long, what temp?
    You look bundled up! Where you is? 80F here today in Ga.
  • dugdbugdugdbug Posts: 244
    Thats Barrie, Ontario, Canada. it was about 40F. This is what it looked like the day before
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    Today the high will be high 60s.

    Cooked the ribs just under 300F for about 2 1/2 hours then coated with a honey brown beer sauce and closed the lid for about another 1/2 hour. Used some lumps of apple wood and hickory.
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