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Unread 06-04-2011, 09:57 PM   #1
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Default Weber Kettle Ribs and Corn (pron)

I like to mix it up, and I like to make sure all the cookers get a workout once in a while so I fired up the 26" OTG and made some ribs, tips and grilled corn. I think they turned out great, have a look and let me know if you agree.

The rub was The Slabs - Birds and Bones, the kettle was set up for indirect heat and was running at 275 degrees. Here are the ribs when they first hit the grill.


After one hour, I squeezed on some Parkay margarine.


After another hour, the ribs looked like this, they're coming along nicely.


I laid out some honey and raw sugar on some aluminum foil,


placed the ribs on top, face down,


and put some more honey and sugar on the bone side.


All wrapped up and back on the grill.


An hour and a half later I opened them up. Notice how much liquid formed in the foil. I didn't add any before I wrapped the ribs up.


I poured off the liquid, applied the sauce (a mixture of BH Original, BH Tennessee Red and a secret ingredient), and put them back on the grill along with some corn that I had already steamed in their husks.



Sliced


and served.


The perfect bite!
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Unread 06-04-2011, 10:02 PM   #2
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Nice pron! I love the bite pic.
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Some of the finest ribs I've ever seen.
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Them theres some awesome ribs!
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not sure it can get better than that ! awesome.
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Nice ribs, great photos!
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Looks pretty good now I'm wanting some ribs.............
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Very nice! I wish I had some that looked that good at the KCBS comp I judged today.
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Those ribs look fantastic... as does the corn! Great meal you have going there...
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that looks pharkin delicious! great job. i can help you out with making sure all your cookers get the workout they deserve and so desparately need. just send one my way.

what is this parkay margarine you speak of? i've never heard of it and what does it do for the ribs? they sure looked good after you used it
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Lookin good!

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Oh yea, that looks fantastic!!!!
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Very nicely done. Great looking ribs - great mahogany color.

The pics made me realize I could really go for some corn on the cob right now - grilled of course!
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My local Westlake Hardware has had the same 26" OTG sittin out on display for 3 years now. I keep hoping to see it on sale one day. After seeing the fine pron done on yours now I REALLY want it...lol. But I'm still holding out for a sale price one day!..They want 300 bucks for it. Would be great for tri-tip...yum.
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That's some GREAT looking ribs and corn. Hope you enjoyed that meal.
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