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Unread 08-15-2010, 01:05 PM   #1
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Default My first ribs on a Traeger

I've only done ribs a few times and they never came out the way I wanted them to. So, after reading multiple posts, judging KCBS, watching a competition team and even learning from the Pitmasters TV show, I gave it another shot. I bought a Traeger this year and had success with a pork butt. My family bugged me to do ribs, so I had at it, following everything I've learned. I gotta tell ya, they came out as well as I could have hoped. Thanks to the brethren for posting here and showing a newbie how to get it done. A special shout out to 3Eyz BBQ as I am using their rub for everything lately. It tastes great on grilled corn!. Here are my photos from the cook:
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Traeger Texas Grill / BDS 4 rack SS /Weber E-320 / KCBS CBJ
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