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Unread 03-09-2013, 10:10 AM   #1
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Default The thing s you find on the net...

'Place 1 gallon of apple juice in a roasting pan, and submerge ribs in liquid.
Cover with foil & Return to grill for 1 hour.'


What did she say?

http://baked-inthesouth.blogspot.com...-tutorial.html
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LOL Yummy Boiled ribs......
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How is this so vastly different form the 3-2-1 method that's so revered on this forum? The 3 and the 1 segments are exactly the same, the only difference is the "boiling" phase. First of all, it's not really going to boil the ribs, its going to braise them. Secondly, the practice of tightly wrapping ribs in aluminum foil with liquid is going to produce the EXACT same results. I'm not a big fan of fall off the bone ribs, but those that are will see no difference between this and the 3-2-1.
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How is this so vastly different form the 3-2-1 method that's so revered on this forum? The 3 and the 1 segments are exactly the same, the only difference is the "boiling" phase. First of all, it's not really going to boil the ribs, its going to braise them. Secondly, the practice of tightly wrapping ribs in aluminum foil with liquid is going to produce the EXACT same results. I'm not a big fan of fall off the bone ribs, but those that are will see no difference between this and the 3-2-1.
Pretty much my thought too. Braising is braising. The only difference here is the amount of liquid and the method of immersion.
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How is this so vastly different form the 3-2-1 method that's so revered on this forum?
I was going to post that but you got to it first. The process is no different than foiling.
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I was going to post that but you got to it first. The process is no different than foiling.
That was my thought as well.
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Gave me a good chuckle I was married to a gal From Hampton Rhodes Va She to was a bone boiler. Like I said "used to be" Must be a cultural thing .
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I saw a girl ask a question about how to cook a pork shoulder on her facebook status. 15 or so comments followed and 95% said to put in the croc pot with pepsi or sprite, let it sit on low all day, SHRED and cover in sweet baby rays sauce. The other 5% said to buy it from a certain grocery store. I threw up in my mouth a little and then explained to her why those are terrible ideas for pulled pork. I followed with the correct way of cooking it along with a recipe for homemade bbq sauce and told her only to compliment the pork with the sauce...not smother. People these days....
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Looks like she wasted 3 1/2 quarts of apple juice and a foil pan
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Apple Juice is for amateurs.

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