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Ribs

jimi1234jimi1234 Posts: 98
edited 5:19AM in EggHead Forum
Hi all,

What do people think of Dr BBQ's baby back ribs recipe from his Big Time BBQ Cookbook (also posted on the BGE website)?

http://www.biggreenegg.com/backyard.html

He uses a higher temp than most recipes - 325.

Is that too high? Or should I stick closer one of the recipes on the Playing With Fire and Smoke blog?

Cheers
Jimi

Comments

  • atlpatsatlpats Posts: 102
    I'd say go for it, looks like a pretty good recipe. I think the covering in foil helps with the higher temp.
  • BacchusBacchus Posts: 6,019
    I'm sure any recipe/technique Ray puts out on the www is tried & true, and will be excellent. There is more than one way to do just about anything.
  • tjvtjv Posts: 3,357
    ribs will take higher cooking temps, 300-350. foil stage helps with higher temps. might be a good idea to protect the rib ends if the ends sit where the heat rises past your indirect piece. ends could burn from the higher temps.

    I'm doing ribs 275-300, better bark formation at these temps.

    t
    www.ceramicgrillstore.com ACGP, Inc.
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