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Unread 06-30-2012, 06:40 AM   #5
CarolinaQue
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Interesting that this came up now. The other day, I trimmed out a pork belly to make bacon. Not having any thing thawed for dinner, I opted to cook the ribs that I took off the belly. Already being 3:30, I knew that they would have to get cooked hotter to have them done at a decent time to serve for dinner. The ribs weighed 2 1/2 lbs and were cooked at around 300* dome temp on my Weber kettle. These were hands down the best ribs I ever cooked and I will be using this tecnique in my next comp. Here are the results:
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