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Old 08-15-2011, 10:23 AM   #1
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Default Dynamic Duo...of Ribs

Couldn't decide between spares or beef ribs, so I did a little of both. The spares are liberally coated with John Henry's Pecan, and I used Plowboy's Bovine Bold on the beef. Foiled for 45 minutes after 3 hrs @ around 260, opted to not sauce either rack...Served up with some corn on the cobb, they were deeelicious


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Old 08-15-2011, 10:29 AM   #2
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Nice looking MOINK ribs there
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Old 08-15-2011, 10:39 AM   #3
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Those are beautiful Tim. Nice Job!
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Nice work Tim, you know what thay say, beef ribs are like brisket on a stick
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Great looking ribs Tim! I like not having to choose between the two...
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Just cooking for yourself that night? Love the color on the pork and the pull back on the beef. They both glisten.
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Nice work Tim, you know what thay say, beef ribs are like brisket on a stick
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Just cooking for yourself that night? Love the color on the pork and the pull back on the beef. They both glisten.
Just cooked for my wife and I, and didn't want leftovers due to the fact I'll be doing a Chuckie for the TD today
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Oh, and I edited the OP to show I actually used Plowboy's Bovine Bold on the ribs
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Foiled for 45 minutes after 3 hrs

Very nice looking ribs!
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Question. You said you Foiled for 45 minutes after 3 hrs. I see You have foil under the grill. Is that what you mean by foil or did you wrap the ribs in foil ?
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Foiled for 45 minutes after 3 hrs

Very nice looking ribs!
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Question. You said you Foiled for 45 minutes after 3 hrs. I see You have foil under the grill. Is that what you mean by foil or did you wrap the ribs in foil ?
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The foil you see is in the pic just covering my plate setter. And yes, I did foil the ribs for 45 minutes. I had stopped foiling a while back, but for some reason I decided to yesterday. And I'm glad I did, the spares were money
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Nice work! Foil is your friend!
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Great job Bro!
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Looks tasty
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Looking great Tim. I'm doing up my 16lb brisket tomorrow. I'll put some in your mail box.....
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