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Old 04-10-2005, 06:09 PM   #1
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Chicken and Ribs

I did the 3-2-1 method w/the ribs today, threw on the chicken when I foiled the ribs. Homemade rub, water in the pan, yadda yadda yadda. Will post finished pics later or tomorrow.

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Old 04-10-2005, 06:13 PM   #2
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Dammit! I gotta get off my fat ass!!! (Actually, my wife tells me I have no ass at all... )

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We had hoe made sauce , pasta, and Italian sausage with garlic bread!
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We had hoe made sauce , pasta, and Italian sausage with garlic bread!
What was the hoe's name Woodpimp? Inquiring minds want to know!
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Okay finished product, hopefully this is original!Finished Pic's
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Man just finished and pretty good if I may say so myself!!
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Larry, not flaming here, but were the ribs juicy? They look a tad, just a tad on the dry side..although I've cooked many much drier than that!

How good do you think these were based on your past cooks?
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Larry, not flaming here, but were the ribs juicy? They look a tad, just a tad on the dry side..although I've cooked many much drier than that!

How good do you think these were based on your past cooks?
Cappy, funny you ask. These were probably some of the best ribs I've ever made. Very tender, but not falling off the bone. Moist, contrary to observations. Flavor was outstanding, but not overpowering. I am not a huge rib fan and neither is my wife. My older daughter usually "likes" my ribs, but we all thoroughly enjoyed these!

I honestly do appreciate your honest and frank critisicsm. That is how we all get better!
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Again, no criticism, just a question. I really like that thread a few days ago when we judged the pics submitted. Now I realize that those opinions were for competition type judging scenarios, and you were just cooking...so I wondered if you sauced or glazed after the pics to get a
more moist appearance.....yada yada yada.

Only thing that counts is that you thought they were good! :biggrin:
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