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Unread 09-26-2011, 04:16 PM   #16
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Just curious, how did the vinegar bath enhance the ribs at the end? I've never heard of this before...
I would imagine it's a flavor enhancer - similar in concept to what they do with their pulled pork which is to pour a "sauce" made of pure vinegar, cayenne and lemon slices. A little dab'll do ya and it's great on the sandwiches. I'm definitely trying it.
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I would imagine it's a flavor enhancer - similar in concept to what they do with their pulled pork which is to pour a "sauce" made of pure vinegar, cayenne and lemon slices. A little dab'll do ya and it's great on the sandwiches. I'm definitely trying it.
I figured as much. In addition to some of the ingredients in the dry rub, which I haven't used on rib rubs before, two things stand out about the prep of these ribs that I've never done before, which is the vinegar dunk and the reapplication of the rub just prior to cutting. I wonder how much of a difference these two techniques make in terms of flavor enhancement?

I guess there's only one way to find out...
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Unread 09-26-2011, 04:27 PM   #18
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I figured as much. In addition to some of the ingredients in the dry rub, which I haven't used on rib rubs before, two things stand out about the prep of these ribs that I've never done before, which is the vinegar dunk and the reapplication of the rub just prior to cutting. I wonder how much of a difference these two techniques make in terms of flavor enhancement?

I guess there's only one way to find out...
Yeah. You did notice how much brown sugar the rub recipe called for in comparison to the rest of the ingredients. The vinegar ought to compliment that.
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Just curious, how did the vinegar bath enhance the ribs at the end? I've never heard of this before...
Glad you asked. I forgot to water the vinegar down like the recipe said to do. I just brushed it on full strength, pretty heavy, all over the meat side side of the ribs and then added a simple even coat of the rub. I'm still shocked how the rub was so sweet tasting. I really couldn't taste the vinegar by itself. Everything blended together to make IMO the perfit rub for pork.
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I will have to try that next. I have been hooked on Dr. BBQ's Big Time Rub on my ribs, lately. But, I'm always open to a new taste.

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I did the baby back ribs using this recipe over the weekend. They were great! Even heated up today they were wonderful. I found that doing the vinegar dip and adding rub again was almost overpowering though. Everyone liked the ribs right off of the grill without adding the extra ingredients.

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