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trying too.
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ok, are you going to cook them to the end or are to going to take them out and wrap them in a foil. wrapping them in foil with some honey, brown sugar and some dijonnaise mustard make them nice an tender, flavour to die for. cooking them right true without wrapping, they might be little tough and little dry ...   if you have nice pice of charry wood put on the charcoal  
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was thinking of wrapping in foil last 30 minutes and put back in?
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i know you are know what you doing but have a quick look at one of my favorited channel, have a look, see what you think.btw, I'm always wrapping ribs, they are falling 
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bugger should of watched it first,all a learning curve,like your idea of wrap some goodness in the meat though,been going a little 1.75hrs temp at 75c about thinking another 1 hr take off and wrap??
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ok, i hope you hv a thick ally foil, what you don't won't is the precious liquid running away. my secret, secret recopy is: i melt butter (amount depends on amount of ribs .... be generous) apple side vinegar, honey, brown sugar and Dijon mustard.  now the smoke is not important only the heat from the charcoal... man i can smell your ribs from my place LOL  
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well the snapper turned out great , just got back from taking some to my mum ( along with some brisket and snapper fillets  and other veges ) i use methalated sprits to start the charcoal , pour a bit on  , leave for a few mins and flick a match in  , then leave for bout 20 min or so. put a few bits of te tree on and away it go's.. when the smoke dies down put more te tree on _ easy as
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Just wrapped twice in foil with mustard djion in jar and golden syrup,no brown sugar,never mind,will give it 40 minutes and a bourbansouthern food right!. can hardly wait.
Served up with baked potatos and a (she said we must)salad


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Really dumb question,do let your coals burnt out or do you put out with water and reuse the good ones later??
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hoping your miss will luv the effort. it goes so well with KFC coleslaw 
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Originally posted by Pcj Pcj wrote:

Really dumb question,do let your coals burnt out or do you put out with water and reuse the good ones later??

Myself, i always let the charcoal burn out ... it may take some time. Put a nice pice of wood to season you smoker even more Cool 
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first batch seems moist ,mustard soaked in ,place back for quick warm up,wife happy and ordered chicken for next weekend,
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not knowing how its suppose to taste seems ok by all here,maybe jst not use to charcoal cooking/flavour?? But this a first so only can improve. Thanks Kandrew.
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Well done, looks great. Was raining today, hope you didn't get wet.
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Got some fish now,little heat but lots of smoke,running just under 50c.
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Looking forward to see some pic and your feedback on the cook ;)
What fish are you cooking ?
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Originally posted by RockCrashing RockCrashing wrote:

Looking forward to see some pic and your feedback on the cook ;)
What fish are you cooking ?
Some old snapper from freezer,filleted ,left skin on,hoping it wont curl
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