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    Quote Originally Posted by gator View Post
    It probably taste OK. A good seasoned roast in the oven, crock pot or gas grill is not too bad. However, why anybody would ruin the taste of a good Boston Butt by putting garlic in it is beyond me but to each its own.

    A good smoked pork roast only needs a good rub and some sauce.

    Slow cooking at 220 F with wood coals will embark a flavor that gas grills can't even come close to mathcing. Putting a few woods cips in foli on the gas grill will let the cook pretend he/she is "smoking" but it isn't even close.
    :D Snort!

    I put garlic in everything!! Good for your heart!
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    Quote Originally Posted by patriot45 View Post
    :D Snort!

    I put garlic in everything!! Good for your heart!

    Damn straight! :D
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    Quote Originally Posted by patriot45 View Post
    :D Snort!

    I put garlic in everything!! Good for your heart!
    Same here, I LUUUUUV my Garlic.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Big Guy View Post
    Same here, I LUUUUUV my Garlic.
    So does SR; had to go out and buy more fresh garlic this week. It goes quickly around here.
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    I doubt anything that is cooked in a cooker that is mass produced by Commies in China (aka: Big Green Egg) would be worth eating. Enjoy that extra flavor of the lead based paint.
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    Quote Originally Posted by SarasotaRepub View Post
    If you can't make juicy burgers on a gas grill...you have no bidness crowing about any other way buddy :p:D Perhaps you have something to learn.
    I agree. After spending a few years in the resturant business I'm pretty sure I have more hours in front of a grill then most people....nothing came out dry...
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    Quote Originally Posted by RobJohnson View Post
    I doubt anything that is cooked in a cooker that is mass produced by Commies in China (aka: Big Green Egg) would be worth eating. Enjoy that extra flavor of the lead based paint.
    Actually they are made in Georgia. That is like the Georgia that is a little north of Florida.

    The only Big Green Egg products made in China are the boxes for some of their accessories.

    Absolutely no toxic materials in the construction.
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    Here are some pictures of my ribs today:

    Spare ribs all trimmed up and ready to go. The parts at the top are the trimmings.



    Rub. I mostly make my own rub but I like Arthur Bryant's rub so I decided to use it.



    Coals getting started in the BGE.



    Ribs ready to go

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    Perfect temp. The BGE can hold that steady for 14-16 hours without any tending.



    After three hours of smoking they were wraped in foil and cooked for another 1.5 hours.



    Homemade BBQ sauce. Secret family recipe but it has Florida favors to it.



    Taken out of the foil and let cook for another 45 minutes with basting with the sauce the last 15 minutes.

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    Finished product



    These ribs were very tender with a lot of juice. Very flavorful. Only amateurs cook ribs until they fall off the bone. If they fall off the bone they are overcooked. Good smoke ring and subtle hickory smoke flavor. Not too bad for the first time I used the BGE for ribs.
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