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Old 01-20-2015, 07:02 PM   #1
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3-2-1 Ribs

Seems from time to time the "Best way to do ribs?" question comes up. Seems there are as may opinions as we have members, but wanted to share this piece by Steve Raichlen for what it's worth. The 3-2-1 Method for Ribs - Barbecuebible.com
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I have not had the best luck this way, they get over done and all the bones fall out of the meat and leave pulled pork basically.
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I used to temp them at 195. Did that for years. But I've cooked about 3 times as many ribs in the past year than in the 20 years before that. Now I just cook em for a couple hours till they look good, wrapem up cook em for a couple more till they're done, unwrap, another shot of rub and about 15 min more then take em to work and sell em! (Or eat them, whichever comes first! )
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