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Unread 04-14-2012, 11:59 AM   #1
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Default St Louis Style Ribs W/ Pron!

Picked up some spares from the local butcher yesterday. Got them trimmed up, put the rub on and waiting until 2 to fire up the GMG. More pron to come!



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All rubbed up! Homemade rub with coffee!

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Looks tasty. Be sure to post when you take them off. Never tried coffee before.
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They look good all rubbed up .....
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Looks good - can't wait for finished pics...

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Would you mind sharing your coffee rub recipe?
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Looking good
I've used coffee on beef but not on pork
Let us know how it tastes

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Would you mind sharing your coffee rub recipe?
I doubled the basic bbq rub from the barbecue bible book on amazon, then added two tablespoons of ground coffee. Works with any basic bbq rub recipe and adds a great demension!
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Ok here goes. First time I have tried this rub on ribs. Coffee tasted fine, but WAAAYY too much Kosher salt for ribs. Next time im going to go with a more simple rub and cut back on the salt. The quality of the ribs were sub par, not enough meat on them and were kinda mushy. Overcooked them a hair, but overall...not very satisfied. Here are the pictures, I post them when things go good, so I must post when things go bad.



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Smoke ring was good, just can't see it...too much light in the pics.
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They sure LOOK juicy and tender!

Good on ya for posting back with results! Did you like the coffee? Notice it much? Kind of curious about that. Did you foil?


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They sure LOOK juicy and tender!

Good on ya for posting back with results! Did you like the coffee? Notice it much? Kind of curious about that. Did you foil?


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Thanks! The coffee turned out pretty decent. Not sure if I will put it on ribs again, but it would be fantastic on brisket. In fact, that rub would be best suited for brisket not pork. Too much salt for the small amount of meat on ribs. I did notice a hint of coffee. They were tender and juicy, just a little too tender and the rub taste was overbearing.

I did foil for an hour and the brown sugar in my rub carmelized causing a little burn on the bottom of the ribs.

Oh well, ribs seem to be the one item in BBQ I haven't been able to get consistent results with.
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