Now that we are back from Terlingua it was time to get busy practicing Q!
After reading a coupla posts about how some of youse rub your ribs two hours before cooking, I decided to try it. We always rub them the night before. My rub has lots of salt so that was probably why they were always turning out dryish.
I was very happy with the results. Meat came away from the bone, bone dried and turned white, meat was moist! Thanks guys!!
Of course we always practice chicken. I didnt trim the thighs, just trying to get good color and bite through skin. I pulled some of the meat off one of the thighs to show the moistness...
ALX was the official tester.
Enjoy! We did!!