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Old 05-03-2010, 09:38 PM   #5
Ye Olde Party Palace
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Join Date: 03-05-10
Location: Portland, MO

I also think that you would loose a lot a your moisture from your ribs if you make cuts between them. Its just not necessary. If I am trying to cook more racks than normal, I hove been known to stack them up, then rotate the bottom rack to the top every 45 minutes or so. When I have done this, I put them in with the curve of the ribs up. I have always had puddles of juices lying in the ribs, just keeping them moist.
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