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Old 05-30-2010, 04:55 PM   #1
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And now the ribs for dinner...

Two racks were hit with parkay, a good coating of brown sugar and honey...then wrapped in foil and put bone side down for their time in the foil...they are the center and right slabs...they were REALLY good...flavor personified! The left rack was dry...used Pete's Firehouse BBQ rub on all of them...my homemade bbq sauce on the side...and Kebroak lump for the fuel!
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Old 05-30-2010, 04:57 PM   #2
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Re: And now the ribs for dinner...

Nice Racks Greg.
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Re: And now the ribs for dinner...

Hey those look delicious! I have a question for you however. I've never had much luck with a honey rub on ribs. What is the secret to not burning them, because I am in desperate need of guidance on that angle. I would like to do a honey rub on some pork ribs tomorrow.
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Re: And now the ribs for dinner...

Hi Greg, What was the timing on those ribs? How long before you foiled and how long to firm them up after the foil? They look fantastic.
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Re: And now the ribs for dinner...

Ashyface, its not a honey rub...when I put the ribs in the foil I put honey on them! No burning!

Lew, 3 hrs on the smoke initially, then in to the foil for 1.25hrs and then back on the WSM to firm for 20min. I don't usually do babyback ribs...these were for my wife!
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Re: And now the ribs for dinner...

Nice lookin' ribs Boss.
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Ashyface, its not a honey rub...when I put the ribs in the foil I put honey on them! No burning!

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And now I know; And knowing is half the battle! Man, is my face red. All this time...I've been DOING it wrong! LOL! Thanks for setting me straight on that.
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Re: And now the ribs for dinner...

Greg, I have NEVER said this to a man before. You not only have a nice rack but, you have three of 'em. Very nice!
Right now I have a boudin stuffed boneless chicken(a spineless coward)on the Traeger. Gettin' a late start tonight cause at the last minute I decided to do the spring cleaning thing on the Traeger and vaccuum the ash out of it. Always cooks great after that.
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Nice looking ribs
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