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  1. mliebs

    Couple racks of ribs

    I wanted to correct my past/passed error but I can't figure out how to edit the post.
  2. I'm on vacation this week so I thought I'd cook a little something for the lady that works at the gas station by my house. She's 70+ years old, her husband past several years ago, and she has 3 jobs to keep it all together. Every now and then I'll throw a little extra on the grill and bring it to her in the morning. She really enjoys ribs so I did a slab of baby backs and a slab of St. Louis style. Anyway, here's a picture of them getting ready to go on the grill, a picture after 2 hours, and the final product after about 4 hours.
  3. mliebs

    Colossal U6 Stuffed Shrimp

    That looks incredible. The Blueberry bbq is a nice twist.
  4. mliebs

    Lychee smoked pulled lamb

    That's a very interesting project. I've cooked lamb chops quite a bit but never thought of something like this. Does the meat have a gamey taste? I cooked a leg of lamb once and thought it had a stronger flavor than the chops I normally do.
  5. mliebs

    Smoked Blueberry BBQ Sauce

    That sounds incredible. I need to start being less paranoid and more creative with my cooking. Curious to see how it turned out.
  6. mliebs

    Napoletana Pizza

    Looks very tasty.
  7. I've been wanting to try a pork butt for a while now and finally got around to it. I put it on the grill at about 4:30am, cooked it for 11 hours at 240 degrees and then put it in the cooler for an hour. Overall it turned out pretty tender and had good flavor. I ate about 8 ounces of it and then vacuum sealed the rest for Sous Vide dinners during the week. I was surprised at how much weight loss I had but overall it was still pretty cost effective considering the price. Since I purchased a Kamado grill I've really started to enjoy cooking outside. I'm borderline getting addicted. Anyway, here are a few pics of the process.
  8. I appreciate the feedback. I went ahead and put the rub on last night and injected it this morning (added a little more rub too). Fortunately my new puppy thinks it's breakfast time at 3am everyday so I was able to get up and get it on the grill. The total weight was 8.75 lbs so I'm hoping it'll be done around 6pm tonight (put it on at 4:30). So far the grill is holding steady at 240 degrees.
  9. I'm cooking my first pork butt tomorrow and plan on putting it on the Kamado Joe about 4am. I would like to go ahead and put the rub on now and let it sit in the refrigerator until the morning so I can just start the grill, inject the marinade, and start cooking. Will I see any negative effects doing this? I plan on using either Meat Church Honey Hog or a local rub called Grub Rub. Any suggestions would be appreciated.
  10. mliebs

    Anova arriving this week...

    Looks llike it's cooked to perfection.
  11. mliebs

    Anova arriving this week...

    I never even heard of a Sous Vide until I joined this forum, now I couldn't live without it.
  12. Do you have a picture of it on the grill?
  13. Mine leaks a little smoke but the temperature stays stable. I have the Kamado Classic II and this is how mine fits.
  14. mliebs

    Mishima American Wagyu 5 star NY Strips

    That's exactly what I was thinking. The meat looks incredible. Did you buy that online or somewhere local?