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Unread 10-04-2012, 07:54 PM   #16
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Well...how were they?
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Ribs were great but the rub could have a but more sweetness.




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Nice job. Tasty too I hope!
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Glad the ribs were a success, thanks for sharing....
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Glad the ribs were a success, thanks for sharing....

Thanks for the tips....

I reached a fear factor of the ribs coming out too dry so I ended up wrapping in foil for the last 1.5 hrs and dropped the temp down to about 200d. Everything worked out pretty good. Even more so the wife was very pleased with my first attempt. I guess I have the thumbs up for the future smoked ribs
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Ribs look great!
You did awesome for your first try. My first was total disaster. I like the rub you picked for the ribs. If you are able to get apps for your phone etc, weber has a phone app that has recipes. There is one on there that is called basic rib rub. It's exactly that and it gives you a good foundation to start from. Add what you like to it to fit your taste as you play with it. Best of luck on your future cooks!
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Looks good. Here's a little secret, ribs don't have to be sweet to taste great.
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Ribs look great!
If you are able to get apps for your phone etc, weber has a phone app that has recipes.
Thank you and nice tip on the phone App. I'll have to look into it.

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Looks good. Here's a little secret, ribs don't have to be sweet to taste great.
Totally agree but my taste buds prefer a bit lore sweetness that this batch delivered. I was thinking of adding bit of honey to the next rib smoke out.

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