Cherry wood on babybacks?

Started by thirtydaZe, July 15, 2011, 04:38:38 PM

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Anyone give tgis one a go, and have good results?

Need some pucks and the closest place is out of hickory.

So I thought cherry might be unique, but the real desision is cherry or misquite...

your thoughts?

DBS 6 Rack
Auber PID 1202 Dual Probe
Yoder Cheyenne 16


Cherry will work well with pork ribs. I have used it on ribs before with just a couple pucks of mesquite for strength. It has a lighter flavor so go longer with it ;D
Natural Gas 4 burner stainless RED with auto-clean
2 TBEs(1 natural gas & 1 LP gas)
OBS(Auberins dual probe PID, 900w finned element & convection fan mods)
2011 Memphis Select Pellet Smoker
BBQ Grillware vertical smoker(oven thermostat installed & converted to natural gas)



Smoke with what you have on hand, your ribs will be killer...just let us know how many ribs were left over... :D
Digital Bradley Smoker with Dual probe PID
The Big Easy with Srg grill
MAK 2 Star General
Char Broil gas grill


I normally use apple on my ribs but yesterday I was doing 4 racks for a BBQ dinner and when I went to get the apple, sure nuff' no apple, but I did have Cherry so used that instead.
They turned out great, or so said the devouring crowd. I managed to try a few and while they tasted a tad different I won't hesitate to use Cherry again.