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tender riba

edited 8:38AM in EggHead Forum
I cannot get my ribs to "fall off the bone". Any suggestions on "cook times", rack, marinade etc?

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  • Nature BoyNature Boy Posts: 8,399
    Robert McDaniel,
    If you like the real sloppy fall off the bone ribs, go to Gfw's site, and check out his 3-2-1 method, or another variation of the foil-wrap method.[p]Very tender "pull-from-the-bone" ribs can be had without foil. The meat will pull easily from the bone with a gentle tug. Try 6 hours or so over a drip pan, using a dome temp of 250. Cook until fork tender, or you can twist off a rib. Babybacks good also, and take maybe 30-60 minutes less time than spares.[p]Again, if you want fall from the bone, try Gfw's method. It works.
    Cheers
    NB[p]

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  • Robert McDaniel, Ditto what Nature Boy says. Babyback Ribs were the first thing I ever did on my Egg, using GFW's 3/2/1 method, & they were "fall off the bone" as advertised...ERIC

  • Nature Boy,thanks for the input. How do I get to Gfw's site.

  • Nature BoyNature Boy Posts: 8,399
    Robert McDaniel,
    No problem. try this link.

    [ul][li]Gfw's pad[/ul]
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