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    Another experiment

    This is my first attempt at ribs. Dinner should be ready around 6:30 for you local guys.

    I have a very picky taste for ribs. I have already decided if these aren't amazing I may not try again.

    Wish me luck.



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    Wow, your doing a lot of them too! Good luck!



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    I won't pass up ribs!
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    I still say we need a Cooking Forum! Just Sayin!
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    Looking good so far!

    If this is your first time, I wouldn't give up if the ribs do not turn out as you would like. It took me several cooks before I got the results I was looking for. I've found that using baby back pork ribs gives me the results I'm looking for. A quality cut of meat makes a big difference.
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    Dont threaten me with a good time! The key to good ribs is a dry rub and let set for 24 hours. Then dont forget to wrap them in aluminum foil for there last hour of cooking.

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    Gizmo- I agree!

    Todd- Do the ribs baste the turkey?

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    Re: Another experiment

    Well I can't say it was a failure. They look good. They taste good. But they were not quite as done as I like. I am lazy, I don't believe you should have to work that hard to eat something.
    We have a bunch leftover. I am trying to figure out if I can reheat them in a way that will make them more tender.

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    They look good.
    Take the leftovers dip them in BQ Sauce and sugar put them on the grill on high until black. The will turn black pretty fast because of the sugar.
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