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Unread 06-15-2010, 04:51 PM   #16
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Great thread!

Whenever I use foil on my ribs, they seem to be TOO moist- almost mushy. Been doing them without foil the last few times and getting great results. Like the texture & a lil bit of bite. Just my preference. Family seems to agree.
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what WhodeyQ said
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of course it could have been the difference between the right and left side of the hog too<lol> Nice test really!!
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I've experimented with the foil mod on ribs and i've found that 40min works best for me. I tried 2hrs once and we ate them with a straw. YUCK! I settled on 3hrs or until the ribs feal slightly limp when lifted from one end. Forty minutes in foil and a short time back on the fire to carmelize the sauce. Or some times I just pull em off at the end of forty minutes and let them rest in the foil. Slice and sauce afterwards.
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Send some to Macon and I will second your opinion discreetly
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I foil mine for an hour or less then sauce.
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Thanks all for the nice comments. I like the non-foiled ribs myself becasue it just seems to have a better texture. Family likes the foiled so I will have to do both.
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