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Offline sparky

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Lucile & ribs
« Reply #-1 on: July 28, 2012, 02:30:39 PM »
this ones for you bent.

bent says he likes cooking his ribs at 250°.  bent a good cook so i'm trying his method today.

da players.



ok, well i thought i would try BP method.
 
"The best way and time to add rub to your ribs is about i hour before you put them on the cooker. Doing it the night before does not dry them out but is really unnecessary.
 Start bone side up and apply your rub and let them stand at room temp for 20-30 minutes. They will shine and sweat and the rub will become one. after the half hour flip over and repeat and let rest the 20-30 minutes....what you have done my friends is create a dry brine that is the best for ribs."

mixed some of my method in too.

"i rub the ribs. turned the grill on and have a FT. once grill is to temp and FT is empty i put ribs on. real easy."





the only problem w/ BP's method is that by the time the ribs go on i already had 3 FT's and what-not.



you guys ready?  time for Lucile to work her magic.



found my bbq zen.  using my new flame zone deflecter and my old blank pan.  boo ya.  thats the ticket.





perfect.

you looking good guys.  nice tan ya'll got.



a little berry pepper jelly.



all done and looking good.



a simply great rib cook.  i'm liking the 250° temp for ribs.
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Re: Lucile & ribs
« on: July 28, 2012, 03:18:59 PM »
Glad to see you are keeping yourself hydrated during your long cooks!!

Those ribs are picture perfect!!
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Re: Lucile & ribs
« Reply #1 on: July 28, 2012, 04:32:49 PM »
Man those ribs look awesome. So whats the name of the Meat store you own.  ;) :D
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Re: Lucile & ribs
« Reply #2 on: July 28, 2012, 05:38:42 PM »
Man those ribs look awesome. So whats the name of the Meat store you own.  ;) :D

costco.   ;)
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