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wagge 04-11-2014 06:02 PM

Cook ribs aready cut up
I offered to smoke some ribs for a friend and told him just pick up some spare ribs at HEB. He shows up with cut up ribs and told me he normally grills his and did not really understand when I told him to pick up a couple of racks. :doh:
So, I was thinking of putting these in a shallow pan and smoke for an hour cover and finish in a couple of more. I do not want to lay them across the rack as this might dry them out before they are tender. Any thoughts from the brethren.

I might mop these too

columbia1 04-11-2014 06:03 PM

Meat glue?

Bludawg 04-11-2014 06:24 PM

If it where me I'd educate him run down to Butzmart and P/u a rack or two call your amigo and have him come over and enjoy the process. Grill the the ones he brought over for beer snackage

sliding_billy 04-11-2014 06:24 PM

I would treat them like CSRs... hot and fast until they start to pull back and then finish the last few minutes with your sauce of choice.

Offthehook 04-11-2014 06:55 PM

Boil them, that should teach him!

NivekD 04-11-2014 06:58 PM


Originally Posted by offthehook (Post 2880220)
boil them, that should teach him!


jsperk 04-11-2014 09:50 PM

I watched this video but never tried this.

J-Rod 04-11-2014 11:06 PM

Educate him on his meat selecting, but please don't boil them ribs!!

You could arrange the ribs together on a baking sheet in the form of a rack, (one after another) and smoke until tender. I would think they'd stay pretty moist and cook properly touching one another. I've done it with country ribs with success.

Old Dave 04-12-2014 01:26 AM

BBQ Pit Boys Mountain Spare Ribs
Mr jsperk,

I have done that BBQ Pit Boys recipe a couple of times and it works pretty good.

You can find my cook here:

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