Weekend Smoking

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I made some 321 baby back ribs Saturday. I don’t like fall off the bone as I like my ribs slightly firmer. These turned out Perfect! While I was at it, why not cook the entire dinner for 4 plus leftovers on the Traeger? I had enough room for baked beans on a skillet, smoked corn on the cob, buttered French bread and smoked potatoes.
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It is new! Lol!
That was my second cook on Saturday for the Timberline. On Sunday, I just did my first pork shoulder as my third cook. The Timberline does need a good cleaning now! This is my first pellet smoker. I love it!
 

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