Who Says You Can’t BBQ In The Snow- Burnt Ends On The #@WeberGrills Original Kettle Premium @CaptJoeLobster

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Northeast BBQ

Who’s gonna let a little snow stop them from manning the pit?  Not this guy!

A Snowy Owl stopped by to check out the action-

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Starting out-

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The set-up

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Country style boneless pork ribs hit the kettle.  I used hickory chunks and cherry chips, charcoal set up- snake method and tossed the water pan from the Western Mountain Smoker to keep the ribs from getting dried out.

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Once they hit 150 internal I pulled them off, cut them up into cubes and reapplied the rub.  Melted a stick of butter and mixed it with Texas Pete hot sauce and coated them before I reapplied the rub.

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Back on the kettle-

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9 thoughts on “Who Says You Can’t BBQ In The Snow- Burnt Ends On The #@WeberGrills Original Kettle Premium @CaptJoeLobster

  1. Oh yeah you can BBQ in winter. In my neighborhood, smoking slowly for a few hours, it takes about twice the amount of charcoal as in warm weather. Somebody needs to perfect an insulated smoker. Asbestos would have been perfect and cheap, but…

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  2. Hey Joey! How bout some cooking lessons for us epicurean neophytes on the grill/smoker?? I think you’d be overwhelmed with applicants!!?? Everything you cook/roast/bake/grill/smoke/sear/fry/saute’ and braise looks delicious!!

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