Smoke Cannabis Infused Pork Ribs

Smoke Cannabis Infused Pork Ribs

Change Smoke Setting to ‘High Smoke’ and smoke 2 hours

The temperature will change to about 225°. You’ve rendered some of the fat at the higher temperature, now you can go slow and low with it for 2 hours or so. Pellet grills aren’t famous for imparting a heavy smoky flavor, so ‘high smoke’ actually achieves what I would consider a ‘normal’ level of smoke flavor.

Spritz with apple cider vinegar

Use a clean spray bottle and use it to spray a fine mist on the ribs. Sometimes I’ll season a few Tri Tips with the Hard 8 season as well. That helps keep the meat moist.

Since Tri Tips like to cook at an hour per pound at ‘High Smoke’ as well it works out nicely all this delicious meat will be done at the same time. I like to let the tri tip sit out for an hour before smoking. Season the tri tip liberally with your seasoning.

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Sauce the ribs (extra canna-oil optional)

Using a plastic squirt bottle make a mixture of BBQ sauce and apple cider vinegar. Sometimes I do 50/50. Sometimes I’ll do 75% apple cider vinegar, and 25% BBQ sauce. You can opt to add a bit more cannabis-infused olive oil in at this stage if you’d like, but the initial dose added at the beginning should provide enough of a gentle lift.

The BBQ sauce can clog the squirt bottle, so going heavier on the vinegar will help the mixture spread evenly.

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