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Old 05-26-2014, 07:14 PM   #1
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Default Reheating a rack of Saturday's ribs?

I have a whole rack of St. Louis ribs left over from Saturday's cook. How should I re-heat them for dinner tonight?
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I have a whole rack of St. Louis ribs left over from Saturday's cook. How should I re-heat them for dinner tonight?

Spritz with apple juice or other liquid, wrap in foil and heat in 300 degree oven for 20-30 mins
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That's exactly what I just told my wife. Thanks.
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That's exactly what I just told my wife. Thanks.

You're welcome. I should add that it would be good to check the ribs with a toothpick to see when they have warmed enough. When it slides right in, they're ready (presuming they were tender when they came off on Saturday.)
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