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Old 06-30-2013, 09:13 PM   #16
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Next time try a dry rub only and cook 'em nekkid, leaving the lid closed. You'll be surprised.

They sure look pretty though.
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If you lightly season them and cook em till you got some bone showing, take em off. Make a sweet Memphis dry rub and give em a quick brush of canola oil to help make the rub stick, crank your grill up to 350-400 and cook em kinda like her Grilling them. When I used to work for Chilis, I used to take their Memphis rub, add some brown sugar to it, bam instant easy sweet ribs with that good crumbly bark your looking for. Also if you want em a little sweeter, like sweet down to the bone, soak em in apple juice over night.
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