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Unread 02-02-2013, 05:32 PM   #16
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Ribs done at 3:45, 15 minutes late. Had I pulled for a little tug on the bone I would have been on time. These were fall off the bone. Notice the rack in back broke while bend testing.


And for you bend testers. You can see the meat tearing on the top.
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Please respect the original posters thread here.
I too am curious about scoring the membrane vs pulling it.
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A note of point* from the time of the finished pic with a little pull back and the in progress with no pull back was a total of 45 minutes. As for the scoring, I am by no way a expert. This is only the second time I've done it. I usually remove. It is super fast in prep. I don't hardly notice the cooked membrane when eating. It does appear to me it may lesson the smoke ring a little.
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They look good, question is did they taste good? If they taste good it's all good in my opinion
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Quote:
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They look good, question is did they taste good? If they taste good it's all good in my opinion


You bet they tasted good!

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They look good to me!
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Lookin' reeeeeeeeaaaaaaal good, glad it worked out for ya.
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I worked in a restaurant way back in the day that just scored the ribs. It produced pretty good results so I think it is a viable alternative to pulling the membrane,especially if you are cooking several racks.
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Never had a rack that it took me more than a minute or so the get the membrane off with a butter knife and a paper towel but maybe I've been lucky. I haven't tried scoring them but may give it a try. Those ribs look awesome.
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Wow that is a quick cook. I don't have the confidence yet to be able to rush a cook like that yet. Thanks for letting me know it can be done.
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Nice looking racks. Sounds like everything worked out great. I've gotten to the point where I rarely pull the membrane anymore and just score it instead. I kinda like the little xtra chew with the crispy edges. Good job getting the food out quick and yummy.
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well done, pugi! you turned out some nice ribs when you were pressed for time and even tried a new method. Those ribs look great!!! thanks for sharing.
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Aw hell yeah! Those look great!
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