Here is some pics from a recent cook. Chicken bombs with zucchini boats. But wanted to experiment with some abt's and another little app. This one is cut up jalopeno sausage with cream cheese mixture, with diced up jalopeno's and a little brown sugar wrapped with thick cut bacon.
@smokeypitt we have a butcher in Plano, TX that cuts his baby backs that big. He is not cheap, each rack cost about $28. He is about double on per pound than a grocery store. But there is so much meat you get full fast. He does say butchers dont cut this way because of cost. His spare ribs are not as big as his baby back. I can't afford his meats all the time but every once in awhile its nice. His steaks are amazing.
Here is some baby back ribs I have done recently. Did with dizzy red eye express. Because of the size on the ribs, 6 hours at 250. Did 2-2-2 method. Matador meat in Plano cuts the baby backs bigger and better than I have ever seen.