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Unread 09-26-2009, 01:03 PM   #1
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Question Pork Country Ribs cooking suggestions

Title says it all. I have 4.5# of boneless pork country ribs. Too be honest I don't know how to cook in the electric oven let alone in the WSM. Some help and suggestions? Please.

I am going to fill the rack space with JD fatties and if I have room some more pig candy.

I have a new found love for BLTs with fresh tomatoes from my garden and pig candy.
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Unread 09-26-2009, 01:10 PM   #2
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The Missus picks those up all the time. Very versatile chunks of pork. I've grilled them and smoked them.

In the middle of winter, when it's too friggin cold for a Texas boy like me to be outside that long, I sprinkle some rub on them and thrown them in the oven at 250-350 (depending on how much time I'm willing to spend) until tender. Almost passes as BBQ (better than Applebees for sure).

The Missus will sear them in a butter/olive oil mix until they're a bit crispy on the outside, and then finish in the oven, kind of like pork chops.
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All your ribs are is a cutup butt and they are really good on the smoker.....depending on the cookers temp determines your cooking time...I prefer a 275 temp for as long as in takes for a tender rib...
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When I do the country style ribs I grill them until they have color and then I throw them into the FEC100 and let them finish for around 2-3 hrs.
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