Closed door standing rib roast

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  1. da fowl slayer

    da fowl slayer Elite Refuge Member

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    No I want to smoke one though
    Just hate experimenting w that expensive piece of meat

    I have a bge and an idiot proof smokin Tex
     
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    Kind of a sweet rub brown sugar and a little heat too. No syrup, it’s gonna be sweet enough as is for my liking. You?
     
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    Never done one
    Was thinking adding a little syrup
    But prob be good to go w the pineapple juice
     
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    I’ve never done one either. Virgin experience.
     
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    I just got caught the second time in the deviled eggs. I’ve been put in my place.
     
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    Easy to knock 3-4 them out real quick
    Do that twice and there’s major dentage

    Them , those oysters, and them beers be hard to sleep w
     
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    :yes
     
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    What would you consider a big oyster?
     
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    That's how we do our hams as well...then pin a few pineapple ring with a maraschino cherries in the center of each ring with tooth picks to hold them in place and 8-10 cloves pushed into the ham, just like Grandma used to make them. They are freak'in amazing!!!
     

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