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Weber Smokey Mountain Cooker – Smoking Some Barbecue Baby Back Ribs

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Home BBQ Smoker Tips Weber Smokey Mountain Cooker – Smoking Some Barbecue Baby Back Ribs
Published on February 4, 2015

We figured we’d make a video on the ribs that we love to do in our Weber Smokey Mountain Cooker. They’re some goooood eatin’! Funny…we started smoking the …

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  1. Dan B

    Wow this was recorded from a potato.

  2. Greg Cox

    I like to add brown sugar, honey and butter during the 2 hour part 

  3. ourcynic

    Everything looked great until you poured ketchup all over it.

  4. Chris Wilemon

    No need whatsoever to wrap baby back pork ribs. Smoke open for 5 hrs at
    225-235 and they will be perfect. Wrap beef ribs if you want but no reason
    for pork. 

  5. woosa42

    if you would put hot water in your pan first instead out of a garden hose,
    it would save you cooking time and charcoal

  6. Igni Ferroque

    Awesome vid! Thanks!

  7. Zolitar Iglussey

    Great video… you have inspired me to drop my “Electric Smoker” Idea and
    be a man and buy a charcoal smoker… my dad has the big smokey mountain
    22.5 and say’s “There’s nothing finer”. Time to dig deep….
    hopefully it doesn’t rust and turn to crap after 5 years.

  8. jay bayalan

    Nice vid, I’ve seen a lot of smokers an I’m undecided to find the right
    one, after watching your vid I think I want to invest in a weber smokey
    mountain cooker!!!

  9. ieliles

    Do you ever have to refill the water pan during the cook? Will it last as
    long as the coals?

  10. Sederick Cowart

    Thank you for the video! I’m a beginner on my 4th cook ever next weekend. I
    notice you and other grilling experts don’t soak your wood in water. Should
    I not do so? The directions for the wood chips I buy suggest I do so.

  11. Steve Gatewood

    lookin goooooooood

  12. Frank Eriksen

    Never fill your Weber Smokey Mtn with a garden hose. Too much chance of
    putting out the fire. Use an empty plastic water bottle or plastic pitcher.
    I use the empty gallon water jug with some very warm water in it. If you
    line your water pan with HD Foil, clean up will be a lot easier. The hose
    is great just in the very rare case of fire. 

  13. Sederick Cowart

    Thank you for the video! I’m a beginner on my 4th cook ever next weekend. I
    notice you and other grilling experts don’t soak your wood in water. Should
    I not do so? The directions for the wood chips I buy suggest I do so.

  14. manuel a

    is this the 18” or 22″?

  15. William B

    If you would’ve been able to have these in the smoker for the entire 6
    hours, would your charcoal have held up that long or would you have had to
    add more coals? 

  16. Vic Startsman

    Was that your wife or dog wimpering like that? LOL. Nice job. Definitely
    going to try this soon in my SMC. That looks like a 22″ SMC……….very
    Sweet!

  17. Ola Hansen

    Recipe for the sauce? :)

  18. David G

    Lmao that weber can cook in the rain and better luck next time 

  19. Steph B

    what size is your Weber Smokey Mountain? Trying to decide between the 18.5
    and 22″

  20. Blessed Armadillo

    you can do the “2” of the 3-2-1 inside in your oven if you want – once
    wrapped in foil they won’t be getting any smoke. You’ll normally want to
    do the “1” back on the smoker because you’ll be getting more smoke of
    course. Good job on the video.

  21. Casey G

    I love how the dog is whimpering from the smell of the ribs, that’s when
    you know it’s good. Dog tested, dog approved.

  22. kscamara123

    I will be a nubie and your video answered all my questions. It was
    excellent despite the rain! Thnk you!

  23. nicko67890

    You guys in the US take BBQ to a whole new level! I’m in the UK, hoping to
    get my WSM (Only an 18.5, mind, even they are over $500 here) for my
    birthday. Then I’m going to use your 3,2,1 method to cook some ribs as they
    look incredible! Thanks for sharing.

  24. waffler69

    Do you mind sharing the BBQ sauce and Rub recipe with me? I need to try
    this out! Please post more BBQ video for the love of god.

  25. strungoutboy21

    I agree. I work in a butcher shop and I never wear gloves when handling
    meat except in front of customers. As long as you keep your hands clean and
    wash them you are good to go.

  26. Lellobeetle

    Making me hungry just looking at this! Thanks for the information. So,
    would you recommend this smoker for a novice?

  27. Christine Filopoulos

    It’s only 9:30 in the am and I want ribs!!

  28. tpt213

    luv weber. weber or bust!

  29. 40sigsauer

    Excellent video! In the 6 hours it took, how many times did you have to add
    charcoal/wood? Thanks for sharing!

  30. Mike Debarbieris jr

    What’s the point of putting the lower grill in if you plan on cooking on
    the top grill?

  31. Yewtoobnube

    hehehehe! Thanks!!

  32. Yewtoobnube

    Yes. I figured if I were going to buy one, I’d rather get the 22.5 instead
    of the 18.

  33. Kjetil Elton

    Darn.. Just got to get me one of those WSM.. Very inspiring video. Cheer’s
    from Norway!

  34. Mesaba

    Take the charcoal out. Burn the wood till it turns to coals. Add that to
    your rig and it will taste much better.

  35. Cory Battler

    Anyone tried with a good quality Beer

  36. Yewtoobnube

    Thanks very much for the comment. I agree…they are great units. I may
    have to try your 3-1-2 method sometime! Thanks!

  37. nik

    3-2-1????? that’s overkill!!!!

  38. Yewtoobnube

    I agree! Thannks for posting!

  39. Jitter65

    Nice job, going to give it a shot this weekend.

  40. Yewtoobnube

    No I haven’t tried that. Do you do that? If so, what does that do?

  41. saintroad

    lol… money shot. 🙂 —- Nice video…. very entertaining…. Would love
    to see more videos…. Perhaps one on your salsa and BBQ sauce….
    Cheers!!! 🙂

  42. Yewtoobnube

    @40sigsauer Not once! The Weber is very efficient. When I do a boston butt,
    I add more coals to start but don’t have to add during smoking. Thank you
    for watching!

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