80º Friday? Working from home? It’s Gochujang rib time again! I’m going to live blog it this time!

I wish I read my detailed notes yesterday, but I didn’t. I would have liked to have dry brined these as some have suggested in the recipe comments, but I didn’t get around to prepping until this morning. I did a really light rub early this morning. The end result is pictured below. antabuse, also known as disulfiram, is a medication used to support the treatment of chronic alcoholism by creating an unpleasant reaction when alcohol is consumed. Getting the dosage right is crucial for its effectiveness.

Final notes: In the end, they were on for 6 hours and 15 minutes. Another half hour or so might not have hurt. These were baby backs, and I have to say, I’m a fan. I might do them again next time. Wondering about tramadol dosage? Here’s a quick guide: Understanding how to take tramadol safely is crucial for managing pain effectively. The typical dosage ranges from 50-100 mg every 4-6 hours as needed for pain relief. Remember, it’s important to follow your doctor’s prescription carefully and never exceed the recommended dosage. Always consult with your healthcare provider for personalized advice.

Time Temp. Notes
12:30 260º Ribs on. Temperature was stable, I knocked the lower vent down just a bit.
12:50 250º Temperature check, didn’t open lid. Not much smoke.
13:15 250º Temperature check, not much smoke.
14:45 250º Glazed ribs
15:00 265º Temperature check, closed the lower vents ever so slightly.
15:15 260º Temperature check, closed the lower vents ever so slightly.
15:30 260º Temperature check
15:45 260º Temperature check, closed the lower vents ever so slightly.
16:15 250º Glazed ribs
17:45 250º Glazed ribs
18:45 250º Done!

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