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Poker night

Larry McSassLarry McSass Posts: 56
edited 6:35PM in EggHead Forum
These were incredible, a variation of 3/1/1, about 3.5/1/1, fire went down at the foiling stage, had to be recesitated, but only took about 10 min. Used JJ's sauce, which was sweet, yet tangy. I have done ribs 3 times for 3 poker games, and eveyrone said that these were by far the best ones. Previous times I haven't removed memebrane, and didn't cook as long on the last leg. The longer the better. I think 11 people (this included 4 wives who went to the movies while we played poker) polished 6 racks. Incredible food! [p]Pokerribs.jpg

Comments

  • badbrucebadbruce Posts: 353
    Morning Larry McSass,
    It's hard to beat
    egged food.
    I used to be an avid resturant goer, no more.
    How did you do in the game?
    Hold 'em?
    Cheers,
    bruce

  • badbruce,
    Hold em, yes. I actually won this time after losing the past two times we played.

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