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Old 07-12-2013, 06:53 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Finally broke down and got an electric smoker... Masterbilt Smokehouse from QVC... I've got 2 slabs of baby's to try out on Saturday... Looking for more info... Pork Shoulder... Beef Clod... Beef ribs(dinosaur ribs)... Maybe a turkey or chicken parts...
What have you made and how long???
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Johnny, I'm a smoker blasphemer . I smoke for an hour and finish off in the oven. It's so much easier to control the temp. Menards has the best pricing on wood chips. For pork, I use 1/2 applewood 1/2 alder, 1/2 applewood 1/2 maple, or 1/2 applewood 1/2 hickory. I marinate the meat overnight in Door Peninsula Winery's Hallowine(There are other spiced apple wines on the market as well but most are seasonal) Then cover the pork with yellow mustard and then a rub. This is what I use. It's a bit spicy. You can cut down on the cayenne and black pepper if needed. Good for about 2 5-6lb pork butts.
1 cup dark brown sugar

1/2 cup paprika

2 1/2 tbsp coarse black pepper

1 1/2 tsp chili powder

1 1/2 tbsp garlic powder

1 1/2 tbsp onion powder

1 tsp cayenne

2 tbsp kosher salt

Leave the rub on overnight. I smoke an hour fat side up, then finish off in the over @ 225 (1hr per pound)

If I do spare ribs pork/beef or baby back, I just keep an eye on them. Get yourself a remote thermometer to monitor meat and air temps. 180* meat 200*-225* smoker air temp
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During my initial break in, the built in thermometer read exactly 300 with the heat set to medium... I was thinking of getting a wired digital remote for better accuracy... I have apple, cherry, hickory and mesquite chips... I'm going to do the 3-2-1 method for the first attempt... 3 hours smoked, 2 hours in foil with sauce, and 1 hour smoked... All at 225-250
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Watch shows like Triple D and Grillin with Bobby Flay. They give tons of different spice rubs and smoking technique from some of the best BBQ joints in the nation.
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Triple D... Kingsford Grillmasters.. Flay... Americas test kitchen... All on DVR list
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