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For all the master chefs on GLP (that's the glp specialty isn't it?)

I need to know how to roast a lot of racks of ribs at a time. At an event...

So, I am looking at this:

[link to www.webstaurantstore.com (secure)]

...which looks awesome, but I have ZERO experience, and am hoping to elicit the pro-slow-raoster in all of you.

Is there a commercial grade pressure-oven out there somewhere?

Thanks in advance!
 Quoting: Anymous Cowboy


Not to be a Debbie Downer but for a person who has never tried to smoke, NOT "roast" ribs (Your photo was of a smoker btw)for a large crowd is pure suicide.

Smoking meats is an art and one that takes time to learn. The first thing you have to do is know how to buy the correct ribs. Unless you begin with the best raw product,everything else will be pretty much a waste of time.

So much more into doing this successfully than anyone can give you in a few paragraphs here though and you are thinking of buying a $1500 rig? That you don't have a clue how to use?

Why not just research and find the best bbq place in your area and order what you need far ahead of time OR just find a pit master that will bring their rig to your event and smoke them there for you?

It would save you a lot of money, time and aggravation and probably your guests stomachs!

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Go get 2 cheap electric smokers for 250 each. You can use them to smoke or just maintain temps and it's 1/3 of what you're looking at. You can get them from amazon or some other chinaman.
 Quoting: rolltiderv2


DON"T get the digital controlled electric smoker. Get the analog controlled one. The digital one will not let you set the temp higher than 260 for cooking purposes other than smoking. Also when I smoke meat I like to put a black crust on the outside to finish it. Can't do that with the digital model.
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Re: I need to slow roast 10 racks of ribs at a time
For all the master chefs on GLP (that's the glp specialty isn't it?)

I need to know how to roast a lot of racks of ribs at a time. At an event...

So, I am looking at this:

[link to www.webstaurantstore.com (secure)]

...which looks awesome, but I have ZERO experience, and am hoping to elicit the pro-slow-raoster in all of you.

Is there a commercial grade pressure-oven out there somewhere?

Thanks in advance!
 Quoting: Anymous Cowboy


Not to be a Debbie Downer but for a person who has never tried to "roast" ribs (Your photo was of a smoker btw) for a large crowd is pure suicide.

Smoking meats is an art and one that takes time to learn. The first thing you have to do is know how to buy the correct ribs. Unless you begin with the best raw product,everything else will be pretty much a waste of time.

So much more into than anyone can give you in a few paragraphs here though and you are thinking of buying a $1500 rig? That you have a clue how to use?

Why not just research and find the best bbq place in your area and order what you need far ahead of time OR just find a pit master that will bring their rig to your event and smoke them there for you?

It would save you a lot of money, time and aggravation and probably your guests stomachs!
 Quoting: FeedYourHead


Probably the most sane advice here. I ran quite a few test runs on my smoker before feeding others haha.
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Re: I need to slow roast 10 racks of ribs at a time
For all the master chefs on GLP (that's the glp specialty isn't it?)

I need to know how to roast a lot of racks of ribs at a time. At an event...

So, I am looking at this:

[link to www.webstaurantstore.com (secure)]

...which looks awesome, but I have ZERO experience, and am hoping to elicit the pro-slow-raoster in all of you.

Is there a commercial grade pressure-oven out there somewhere?

Thanks in advance!
 Quoting: Anymous Cowboy


Not to be a Debbie Downer but for a person who has never tried to "roast" ribs (Your photo was of a smoker btw) for a large crowd is pure suicide.

Smoking meats is an art and one that takes time to learn. The first thing you have to do is know how to buy the correct ribs. Unless you begin with the best raw product,everything else will be pretty much a waste of time.

So much more into than anyone can give you in a few paragraphs here though and you are thinking of buying a $1500 rig? That you have a clue how to use?

Why not just research and find the best bbq place in your area and order what you need far ahead of time OR just find a pit master that will bring their rig to your event and smoke them there for you?

It would save you a lot of money, time and aggravation and probably your guests stomachs!
 Quoting: FeedYourHead


Probably the most sane advice here. I ran quite a few test runs on my smoker before feeding others haha.
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I smoke mine in a smoker by master built. 3 2 1 method, 225 3 hours of smoke, then foil them with apple juice 2 hours, then take apple juice n rendered fat mix honey ketchup n peach white balsamic vinegar for my sauce. 1 hr 225 to firm back up.
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I like the sound of this...what form does the "peach" take?

Thanks in advance!
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We have a specialty olive oil and balsamic vinegar here in town. They have flavored balsamics. I am waiting to used the spiced pear they have too. Pineapple, raspberry blackberry. Tons of flavored balsamics, u can use as syrup for icecream too. The peach vinegar gives a lot of tang to the sauce and some sweetness.
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Got it! Sounds like perfection!
Thanks so much!

Now, I'm scheming the menu for the week....LOL!!!


rockon
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I just looked at the juice one time and saw all the fat and smelled the smokiness and thought ... I could make sauce with that and add flavor... Hope it works for you.
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And just where can we carsh this event? scheming
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A good dry rub, let sit overnight, applewood chips on the bottom, little cider vinegar and water in the drip pan, and your got falling off the bone tenderness if you let it go too long and it won’t break the bank. We’ve done 9 racks at a time on ours. I know you need 10 but seriously, the Orion is fantastic.



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For an event I’ve done baby back ribs in the oven first

I use a broiler pan filled with beer, Honey Brown, cover it in foil with a few hole pokes and steam the ribs for a few hours

You can keep them wrapped in foil until the party or in a huge tin container

Then at the party BBQ them with the sauce

Steaming them in beer gives them the best flavor.

My sauce is usually big bottle of Sweet Baby Rays, butter, garlic, soy and brown sugar
 Quoting: ~kpm~


Steaming them in beer sounds so awesome. I wonder if my food license will allow that??? Not likely...

There is no stacking...you are laying the packets of ribs side by side.

The reason for the bbq sauce is to infuse the ribs with flavor.
The reason for the chicken broth is to keep the meat moisturized.
The reason for sealing the foil is to keep moisture in and provide a slightly pressurized cooking environment.
The reason you switch the top and bottom packets after an hour is to make sure they cook evenly.

The reason you cook the last hour with tops open is to build up a caramelized topping on the ribs by basting every 15 minutes.
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Thanks for the clarification.

hey, here in tx you can rent smokers for events. look into it
 Quoting: brighteyes


Yes, I had not heard of that.

See if Orion makes one large enough (or has it in stock) ... as there is no need to slow roast if you don’t have to.

Convection meets smoker. Best ever. Seriously.
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+1 thanks!

Not to be a Debbie Downer but for a person who has never tried to smoke, NOT "roast" ribs (Your photo was of a smoker btw)for a large crowd is pure suicide.

Smoking meats is an art and one that takes time to learn. The first thing you have to do is know how to buy the correct ribs. Unless you begin with the best raw product,everything else will be pretty much a waste of time.
 Quoting: FeedYourHead


I get that. Right now I do all beef franks exclusively. I totally lucked out on an amazing source of absolutely great franks. People will buy one and come back 1x, 2x, 5x... its awesome.


So much more into doing this successfully than anyone can give you in a few paragraphs here though and you are thinking of buying a $1500 rig? That you don't have a clue how to use?
 Quoting: FeedYourHead


hahaha... yes, actually.


Why not just research and find the best bbq place in your area and order what you need far ahead of time OR just find a pit master that will bring their rig to your event and smoke them there for you?
 Quoting: FeedYourHead


1) I am selling, so I have to do the creating.
2) Finding another pit-master is probably a very good idea.

Go get 2 cheap electric smokers for 250 each. You can use them to smoke or just maintain temps and it's 1/3 of what you're looking at. You can get them from amazon or some other chinaman.
 Quoting: rolltiderv2


DON"T get the digital controlled electric smoker. Get the analog controlled one. The digital one will not let you set the temp higher than 260 for cooking purposes other than smoking. Also when I smoke meat I like to put a black crust on the outside to finish it. Can't do that with the digital model.
 Quoting: tkwasny


Yes, the black crust... my oh my, yes.

And just where can we carsh this event?
 Quoting: Phillip J. Fry


I wish I could say... alas, that bots are watching. I am, after all, on GLP. I'm here for all my own paranoid reasons.

A good dry rub, let sit overnight, applewood chips on the bottom, little cider vinegar and water in the drip pan, and your got falling off the bone tenderness if you let it go too long and it won’t break the bank. We’ve done 9 racks at a time on ours. I know you need 10 but seriously, the Orion is fantastic.



[link to www.theorioncooker.com (secure)]
 Quoting: Just A Tourist 77343982


+2 for the orion.
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You don't need a smoker...a regular oven will do. I assume you are talking about baby back ribs.
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Yes...

Remove silver skin from the inside of ribs before you do anything.

Place a rack of ribs in a double layer of aluminum foil face up. baste with Sweet Baby Ray BBQ sauce and add 1/2 cup chicken broth under the ribs.


Wrap tightly and do the same for all ten racks.


Put 1 oven rack 1 space above the center of the oven and the other oven rack one space below center. you need this space for air circulation. Heat oven to 300 degrees and put 5 wrapped packs of ribs on the top rack and 5 on the bottom rack.

Bake for 1 hour then switch the top ribs to the bottom and vice versa.

Bake another hour.

After that hour unwrap ribs and expose the tops so that the bbq sauce can carmelize. Baste the ribs with bbq sauce every 15 minutes for one hour.

They will be finished and ready to fall off the bone.
 Quoting: nacho daddy


That sounds soooo freaking awesome. I will have to run some tests.

Q: Stacking the ribs 5 to a stack doesn't make the inner racks cook too slow?

Q: Can I do this in a larger oven with like 4 or more 5-packs of ribs? Like a vertical commercial oven?

Q: It seems that by far the hardest part for me will be the last hour of caramelizing. Is there a way to make that less attention-requiring?
 Quoting: Anymous Cowboy

There is no stacking...you are laying the packets of ribs side by side.

The reason for the bbq sauce is to infuse the ribs with flavor.
The reason for the chicken broth is to keep the meat moisturized.
The reason for sealing the foil is to keep moisture in and provide a slightly pressurized cooking environment.
The reason you switch the top and bottom packets after an hour is to make sure they cook evenly.

The reason you cook the last hour with tops open is to build up a caramelized topping on the ribs by basting every 15 minutes.
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This recipe sounds amazing. I’m going to try this too!
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Cool, but I need a little more juice, I think.
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This looks like an awesome smoker, OP. Well made and thought out. Looks like it will be a dream to use and you'll definitely be the pit-master!!
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Pit master here. You just need a damn good smoker and 4 hours of cook time.

Kosher salt, basil, and lemon pepper rub. 225 degrees. Make a slurry with 3lb of brown sugar, 1.5 quarts of water, and half a cup of lemon juice and chill. Once every hour of cooking take your ribs off the rack and dunk them in the slurry. Cover the entire rack. Once the bones start to stick out around the fourth hour dunk one last time and wait for that to tacky up. If the ribs have a nice flex to them without breaking they are ready.

This method won 3rd place at Memphis in May 2015. Cackle and Oink was our team.

You’re welcome.
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You can par-cook them first then smoke all at once. I make fall off the bone ribs. Family gatherings par cook with plenty of moisture early then smoke for 1-1 1/2 hour's. I don't have a tow behind the truck smoker. I just put them all into what I have a Normal family size smoker they all always come out Awsome.
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Get a empty 5 gal bucket and soak the wood chips in water you don't want them to burn you just want the smoke to smoke the meat.
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For all the master chefs on GLP (that's the glp specialty isn't it?)

I need to know how to roast a lot of racks of ribs at a time. At an event...

So, I am looking at this:

[link to www.webstaurantstore.com (secure)]

...which looks awesome, but I have ZERO experience, and am hoping to elicit the pro-slow-raoster in all of you.

Is there a commercial grade pressure-oven out there somewhere?

Thanks in advance!
 Quoting: Anymous Cowboy


[link to smokintex.com]

4years running almost every day uses smaller wood A++
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You can par-cook them first then smoke all at once. I make fall off the bone ribs. Family gatherings par cook with plenty of moisture early then smoke for 1-1 1/2 hour's. I don't have a tow behind the truck smoker. I just put them all into what I have a Normal family size smoker they all always come out Awsome.
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Huh... how do you par-cook ribs? I mean, I've heard of par-cooking veggies, but???


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Heh, well that is indeed the size I'm looking for! Wonder if that guy can make it pressurize like the one I linked in my first post?

[link to smokintex.com]

4years running almost every day uses smaller wood A++
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Thanks. For my pdf export of this thread, here are the big dogs:

[link to www.smokintex.com (secure)]
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From the smokintex site:

With 9 shelves the 1500-C will smoke/cook 36 racks of baby backs in 5 hours. Freeze or refrigerate and bring back on the grill in 10 minutes when you need to serve them. A lot of restaurants prepare and serve ribs this way.

Is this legit? Cook, freeze, then grill? I mean, I'm not trying to win any prizes, but I do want good sell-able ribs.

Is this not just a horrible thing to do?
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You can par-cook them first then smoke all at once. I make fall off the bone ribs. Family gatherings par cook with plenty of moisture early then smoke for 1-1 1/2 hour's. I don't have a tow behind the truck smoker. I just put them all into what I have a Normal family size smoker they all always come out Awsome.
 Quoting: catnahalf


Huh... how do you par-cook ribs? I mean, I've heard of par-cooking veggies, but???


 Quoting: Truth Reaper


Heh, well that is indeed the size I'm looking for! Wonder if that guy can make it pressurize like the one I linked in my first post?

[link to smokintex.com]

4years running almost every day uses smaller wood A++
 Quoting: Elucidated one


Thanks. For my pdf export of this thread, here are the big dogs:

[link to www.smokintex.com (secure)]
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I don't like it. See how much a Smokaroma pressure cooker/smoker costs. They'll do 45lbs at a time or 90lbs in their big one.
Is this a one time deal, or do you plan to continue doing it?

Try Oklahoma Joe's smokers
[link to www.oklahomajoes.com (secure)]
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Old original Oklahoma Joe smokers were good. They sold out to Char-Broil and are now made of thin metal. Nothing like the original OKlahoma Joes. If you want the real deal look into something like Horizon Smokers. Yes, you'll pay more but you get what you pay for. (Cheap Chinese Char-Broil VS American made Horizon)

[link to www.horizonbbqsmokers.com]
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I don't like it. See how much a Smokaroma pressure cooker/smoker costs. They'll do 45lbs at a time or 90lbs in their big one.
Is this a one time deal, or do you plan to continue doing it?

Try Oklahoma Joe's smokers
[link to www.oklahomajoes.com (secure)]
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 77021014


Old original Oklahoma Joe smokers were good. They sold out to Char-Broil and are now made of thin metal. Nothing like the original OKlahoma Joes. If you want the real deal look into something like Horizon Smokers. Yes, you'll pay more but you get what you pay for. (Cheap Chinese Char-Broil VS American made Horizon)

[link to www.horizonbbqsmokers.com]
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@AC770 this is an ongoing thing.

@AC520 Yeah, these are amazing. Maybe these guys would tech-it-up and build me an oven that pressure cooks.
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I wanted you to change your mind and bring us some on this!
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I could do roadtrip like in Favreau's Chef. But, I'd probably get banned from twitter because of the evil company I keep (that would be you all). As if I had a twitter account... hahahaha



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By a grill large enough to hold all of them, then, place something hot underneath.
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I wanted you to change your mind and bring us some on this!
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I could do roadtrip like in Favreau's Chef. But, I'd probably get banned from twitter because of the evil company I keep (that would be you all). As if I had a twitter account... hahahaha


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I wanted you to change your mind and bring us some on this!
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I could do roadtrip like in Favreau's Chef. But, I'd probably get banned from twitter because of the evil company I keep (that would be you all). As if I had a twitter account... hahahaha


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We can armor plate it for the apocalypse.
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Bad Ass. Grilling the Apocalypse.
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Try one of these. I have one and they will do 3 racks at a time, and fast. Fall off the bone good. [link to www.theorioncooker.com (secure)]
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Pit master here. You just need a damn good smoker and 4 hours of cook time.

Kosher salt, basil, and lemon pepper rub. 225 degrees. Make a slurry with 3lb of brown sugar, 1.5 quarts of water, and half a cup of lemon juice and chill. Once every hour of cooking take your ribs off the rack and dunk them in the slurry. Cover the entire rack. Once the bones start to stick out around the fourth hour dunk one last time and wait for that to tacky up. If the ribs have a nice flex to them without breaking they are ready.

This method won 3rd place at Memphis in May 2015. Cackle and Oink was our team.

You’re welcome.
 Quoting: Feerlyss


Okay, this sounds beautiful.

However... if the 4 hours are required, is there a way you can think of to make a massive multi-rack cooker? Like 10 or even 20 racks in that same 4 hours?

Maybe the only real requirement is to keep the entire oven at a steady 225deg?
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Line them up vertically. Takes up less space that way.
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I smoke mine in a smoker by master built. 3 2 1 method, 225 3 hours of smoke, then foil them with apple juice 2 hours, then take apple juice n rendered fat mix honey ketchup n peach white balsamic vinegar for my sauce. 1 hr 225 to firm back up.
 Quoting: Coastie patriot 73191545


^^Use this method^^....
Cook them them the day before using steps 1 and 2.
Save the last step for your day service. 1 hr on the grill either indirect heat or very low low direct heat to tighten them up a little and apply sauce if so desired.
Keep them wrapped overnight in foil...and in the fridge.
A simple basic dry rub works well...
You wont be disappointed.

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Cool, but I need a little more juice, I think.
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I can do 12 racks easy in mine. Same size, same type of cheap box LP smoker.
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You don't need a smoker...a regular oven will do. I assume you are talking about baby back ribs.

Remove silver skin from the inside of ribs before you do anything.

Place a rack of ribs in a double layer of aluminum foil face up. baste with Sweet Baby Ray BBQ sauce and add 1/2 cup chicken broth under the ribs.


Wrap tightly and do the same for all ten racks.


Put 1 oven rack 1 space above the center of the oven and the other oven rack one space below center. you need this space for air circulation. Heat oven to 300 degrees and put 5 wrapped packs of ribs on the top rack and 5 on the bottom rack.

Bake for 1 hour then switch the top ribs to the bottom and vice versa.

Bake another hour.

After that hour unwrap ribs and expose the tops so that the bbq sauce can carmelize. Baste the ribs with bbq sauce every 15 minutes for one hour.

They will be finished and ready to fall off the bone.
 Quoting: nacho daddy



And there ya go......simple & plates o' perfect ribs everytime !!!!!





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