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Unread 02-08-2004, 12:17 PM   #1
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Sorry for the late report, but I’m finally back on solid food.
I caught a bug that’s been going around. I found out that most
of my friends have already had it (guess they didn’t want me to
feel left out).
Super Bowl Cook:
1 thirteen lbs. brisket. My opinion, not my best. Consensus,
none left. Out of the last 3 I have done I liked the one that
I didn’t have time to marinate. Hmmm, may have to try that
again.
6 racks of baby backs. My opinion, my best. Consensus,
none left. The racks were gone before anything else, and
10 or 12 people brought food. The host commented to
someone else, “best ribs I’ve ever eaten”. I took this
with a grain of salt, and the mood of the festive moment,
but it still put a big smile on my face. This guy cooks ribs
for a living. :D
Method: 3-2-1 In this case the 1 meaning in the cooler for the
drive to the party. (for the benefit of our new brother jsn1511 from
Conyers, Ga. Who by the way has a great looking avatar.)
6 racks of baby backs rubbed with “Fat Pats” about 3 hours before
showing them the smoke. By the way, for those who care, I did
remove the membrane. 3 hours in the smoke. Temperatures between
210 & 230 (it was pretty windy). After 3 hours, I slathered them down
with (3 racks each) Habanera jelly & Jalapeno jelly, courtesy of Dave.
Dave you Da Man. That stuff is great, thanks again. The ribs were then
foiled, and back in the ‘dera for 2 more hours.
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Unread 02-08-2004, 02:09 PM   #2
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Cabo,
Glad to Here you are on the mend!

Very nice comment from your host on the "best ribs I've ever eaten." Must be all that you've learned here with the Brethren.

Thanks for the post!

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Very nice comment from your host on the "best ribs I've ever eaten." Must be all that you've learned here with the Brethren.


Count on it
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Very nice comment from your host on the "best ribs I've ever eaten." Must be all that you've learned here with the Brethren.


Count on it
You get your TV yet ?
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Glad the jellies were useful! Sounds like everything was a hit :D
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Originally Posted by hlawrence
Very nice comment from your host on the "best ribs I've ever eaten." Must be all that you've learned here with the Brethren.


Count on it
You get your TV yet ?

Not yet,
Had to order it!
Supposed to arrive the 19th. Waiting & hopping this one don't give up till the new one gets here.
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"Glad the jellies were useful! Sounds like everything was a hit :D"


Couldn't have done it without your help on the ribs!!!!! :D
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Quote:
Originally Posted by hlawrence
Method: 3-2-1 In this case the 1 meaning in the cooler for the
drive to the party. (for the benefit of our new brother jsn1511 from
Conyers, Ga. Who by the way has a great looking avatar.)
6 racks of baby backs rubbed with “Fat Pats” about 3 hours before
showing them the smoke. By the way, for those who care, I did
remove the membrane. 3 hours in the smoke. Temperatures between
210 & 230 (it was pretty windy).

Haha yeah my avatar is prety cool, thanks. :D
I removed the membrane on my ribs and rubbed them down the night before and wrapped them in plastic wrap. I left them in the fridge overnight until about 12:00pm the next day. i let them sit out of the fridge for about 5-10mins before i put them in the 'dera.
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Guys,
I did also did ribs this weekand (among other things). After reading about using Danny's glaze as a finishing glaze, I tried something a little different. I combined a 1/4 cup of the following: apple cider vinegar, brown sugar, BBQ sauce, and jalapeno jelly. I cooked it down until it coated the back of a spoon. I applied it on the ribs as a glaze for the last hour of cooking. I got a lot of favorable comments. I sure would like to see someone else try the glaze and let me know what they think.
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