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Car Wash Mike's Ribs and Salmon Question

abundellabundell Posts: 57
edited 1:51PM in EggHead Forum
Having a dozen friends over for dinner tonight and they all want to see what the Egg can do. Sooo....

I'm planning on Car Wash Mike's BB ribs and salmon. My plan is to do the ribs first, let them rest in foil, crank up the Egg and do a cedar planked salmon (which I do at 400 deg).

We'll probably eat around 7 PM. I want to cook the ribs long enough to get them just right, but they'll probably need to rest for an hour. I bought Costco BB ribs. About 9 lbs. I've read a few posts on cooking time. If I drop those babies on around 1 PM and pull them around 6 PM (should I figure 4 hrs or 5 hrs?), then crank up the Egg and hit it with the salmon, is that the ticket? Should I plan to put the ribs in the oven to slightly reheat them or serve them without reheating?

Oh, and one other thing. I can NEVER get the damn membrane off cleanly. I pick at the small edge with a knife edge, try to grab it with a paper towel, but I get little bits of membrane and it never peels. What's my problem?

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