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Old 01-30-2010, 09:12 PM   #1
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Trigg style ribs


Had to try these. They are really good.
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Re: Trigg style ribs

They look good. Did you do the Parkay, brown sugar and honey?
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Old 01-30-2010, 09:31 PM   #3
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They look good. Did you do the Parkay, brown sugar and honey?
Yes. Sounded so weird I had to try it.
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How do you prepare them?
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Just used my regular rub, smoked for 2 hours @ 225*, spritzing every 30 mins with apple juice, applied Parkay, brown sugar, & honey when wrapping them. Cooked wrapped for 1 hour. Then cooked another hour unwrapped. Coating with sauce during the last 30 mins.
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Gotta try this out.....looks good andy_christy!

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Re: Trigg style ribs

so Andy was this a one time deal or are you
gonna stick with Trigg ribs from now on?
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Re: Trigg style ribs

Sounds really interesting. Googled Trigg's ribs and found a lot of others think they are well worth the effort. May be my next rib cook. Thanks for the post.
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Re: Trigg style ribs

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so Andy was this a one time deal or are you
gonna stick with Trigg ribs from now on?
I will definately do them again. The wife really loved them.
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Re: Trigg style ribs

Well back in my 3-2-1-1 days I tried honey in the wrapped phase on several occasions. I found the honey even when used in a dilute amount and judiciosly applied tended to have a case hardening effect on the ribs. Gave them a nice unwelcome crunch at an unexpected time. Maybe that is why Trigg is rumored to enjoy heading North to pick on cripples so often

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Re: Trigg style ribs

Did you love them too? I think I love them.. Thanks for the pic and specs.
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