High Temp Ribs on Rec Tec Mini Pellet Smoker

High temp baby back ribs on the Rec Tec Mini Portable Pellet Smoker Grill

We pushed the temp to 275º and got these baby back ribs done in about 4 hours vs. the usual 6 hours.
These came out great!

How we cooked them:

– Rubbed the ribs with Rossarooski’s Honey Rib Rub from REC TEC Grills
– 1 hour at 245º to get the smoke going from the grill
– 1 hour at 275º – rotating rib racks
– 30 minutes more at 275º
– foiled the ribs and cooked for an additional hour
– removed from foil, sauced, and cooked for 20 minutes to set the sauce

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Hey, have you done ribs at a high temp? Pushed your grill or cooker to the limit to get some ribs done fast?
Let us know how in the Comments below…

REC TEC Mini Wood Pellet Grill Unboxing

The newest member of HotSauceDaily’s grills is the REC TEC Mini Portable Wood Pellet Grill.

With their ease of use and the “set it and forget it” mentality of pellet style grills, we’ve been itching to try out a pellet style grill for a few years now.

Unboxing the REC TEC Mini Portable Wood Pellet Grill

Here is a short video of our unboxing of the REC TEC Mini Portable Wood Pellet Grill.

Up next we’ll show off the features of this amazing little workhorse of a grill.

We hope you’ll enjoy our journey into this new style of grilling and smoking with us.

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~brian and marilyn

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Grilla Grills New Silverbac Wood Pellet Grill

The Silverbac Grill is the newest pellet grill from Grilla Grills

If pellet grills have a granddaddy, this is it. The Silverbac pellet grill starts with a large stainless steel grilling grate, adds a heavy-duty stainless steel lid, digital control panel and twin storage areas. Built like a leader and technologically smarter than most grills out there.

The Silverbac Wood Pellet Grill is easy to use and ready to score big time for your family event, backyard parties or a quick burger on a Saturday afternoon.

We’ve been considering a pellet smoker for some time now, and the Grilla Pro Smoker is tops on our list. With the new Silverbac Smoker, our choices just got better!

Some of the many features

Heating Technology

  • Auto ignition
  • Set’ n Forget Digital Control System
  • Automatic lighting feature
  • 180°F to 500°F in 5-degree increments
  • Indirect Cooking
  • Full stainless steel burn grate
  • Blower fan provides convection-style cooking without the fear of “flare ups”
  • Pellets are continuously fed through the firepot at the rate set by the digital control panel
  • Digital control panel with meat probe displays current temperature and meat temperature

High-Temperature Safety Shutdown

  • If unit exceeds 615°F, shutdown is initiated and an error message will be displayed.

Low-Temperature Safety Shutdown

  • If unit drops below 110°F, shutdown is initiated and an error message will be displayed.

Exterior

  • High-temperature powder coat
  • 20-lb hopper capacity
  • Four pivot casters for ease of movement with two locking brakes
  • Grease can

Interior

  • Total Cooking Surface: 692 sq. in.
  • Main Level: 507 sq. in.
  • Upper Level: 185 sq. in.
  • Grill grates made from ¼-inch stainless steel rod
  • Removable top grate
  • Insulated cooking chamber

Construction

  • Heavy-duty steel construction
  • Seams welded, powder coated, and caulked for triple redundant weather protection
  • Stainless steel lid
  • Solid bottom enclosed storage
  • Drip pan protects against flare-ups by catching food drippings

Power Requirement

  • The Silverbac is powered by a standard household three-prong outlet: 120 Volt 50/60hz.

Dimensions & Weight

  • Height: 51 in.
  • Width: 47 in.
  • Depth: 22 in.
  • Weight: 170 lbs

$699 and FREE SHIPPING plus 4 Year Warranty!

ORDER IT NOW: http://grillagrills.com/grills/silverbac-wood-pellet-grill/

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Are you thinking about taking the leap from charcoal or gas to a pellet smoker?
What’s your take on pellet smokers? Leave a Comment below and let us know.

~brian and marilyn

BBQ Grills and Equipment Used at HotSauceDaily.com

Love the Weber Products

Currently, I’m only using Weber products and I’m strictly a charcoal guy for now.

The Kettle Grills

My main grill is the Weber 22.5″ One Touch Gold Kettle grill. That’s the “Blue Devil” pictured above.

It’s a classic, and the Gold version includes the no rust aluminum removable ash catcher. Very handy.

(Skip the One Touch Silver anything … it has the old style flat pan underneath to catch the ash. Messy and not convenient.)

I just learned they now have a 26.75″ Gold. What is up with Weber and the odd sizes?  Father’s Day is coming!

joe
My Smokey Joe Silver does indeed have the simple ash tray underneath, but it has served as a great starter for coals, or a warming chamber for the food. I’ve never actually grilled anything on it yet. It’s only a 14.5″ surface. It’s my lil’ warming buddy.

Weber Smokey Mountain Cooker 18.5"

Smoking on the Weber Smokey Mountain

My smoker is the Weber Smokey Mountain Cooker. A water/bullet smoker. The original 18.5″ size.

This baby holds a steady temp, with 2 18″ grates for plenty of room for food.

Weber Chimney Charcoal Starter

Grillin’ Tools and Incidentals

I have 2 Weber Chimneys I use to start the charcoals.

Maverick Redi-Check Remote Thermometer – food probe and air temp probe

I also keep a supply of cheap aluminum pans for liquids.

Kingsford Competition Briquets

Fuels Used Include Kingsford Competition Briquets

I’m  a big fan of the Weber Firestarters cubes. Way better than newspapers, and much less mess.

My charcoal of choice is now the new Kingsford Competition Briquets.

I also use Lump Charcoal from either Cowboy, or Royal Oak.

Smoking with Wood Chunks or Chips

Oak is my favorite, followed by cherry, apple, and hickory.

Mesquite can be harsh, I’ve not used it yet.

The Family

Here’s the Family out for a Sunday Cook: Click on the pic for the full panorama shot.
Panorama of the Family of Cookers

Well, that’s it. Those are my toys. If you have Weber grills and want to talk about them, leave me a Comment below.

Some great Weber resources are:
WeberNation.com
VirtualWeberBullet.com

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