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Old 10-19-2008, 02:15 PM
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ribs anyone

man o man. if anyone likes ribs on the grill ill let you in on my secret lol. full slab on top rack with only 2 burners on. rotate burners from inners and outers every half hour. cook for 2 hours on low. last 15 minutes dress it with your own sauce and enjoy. they just fall off the bone. mine should be done in about 10 minutes here. cant wait my mouth is watering already
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I boil them for about 45 minutes, then brush them with olive oil and slowly Q them and add sauce right at the end. Same thing, falling off the bone.
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Can i paypal you 20 bucks shipped for a slab?
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I boil them for about 45 minutes, then brush them with olive oil and slowly Q them and add sauce right at the end. Same thing, falling off the bone.
hmm i gotta try that but i dont like to boil them. seems like it boils the flavor out lol.
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Lots of low, indirect heat and Texas dry rub.


Can't beat it.
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Also, use apple wood.
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Lots of low, indirect heat and Texas dry rub.


Can't beat it.
Rubs good, also a very liquid spicy southern sauce or even sweet and sticky.
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baked,grilled or smoked with rub or sauce,when done and still hot; wrap in foil,then paper bag,then towel, then put in styrofoam cooler for an hour or so.Can cook em ahead that way and unreal tender
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cook long on low heat thats the trick, im usually not patient enough! lol
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Man if you want Ribs then head down to Bubba's in Cody Wyoming. They are some ribs boy.

I will also note, since Granny is looking at this thread, that Buddy's Ranch House Cafe in Murfreesboro Arkansas has some darn good eating as well. Their 5lb chicken fried steak is out of this world!
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