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Unread 05-14-2011, 12:06 PM   #16
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These are great tips! I think I am going to try the crockpot. I don't have a vac sealer, but I have used the Zip-loc Vacuum bags. They should handle a boil, right?
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The contest went well, I came in second to a much more experienced BBQ'er. Missed by one point (he scored 189 and I was 188 on our mock KCBS style points).
I did the Vacuum Ziplocs and used hot water from the coffee maker to heat them up, with a final zap in the microwave.

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I bring in leftovers to work often and all we have is a microwave. I've found reheating them for longer periods at 30-40% power works well. For example, a half rack of St Louis, I'll heat for 10 minutes @ 30%. I hate the taste of microwaved ribs if they start to sizzle, this way it seems they never start to sizzle but heat gently through.
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