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Lazy Man's Ribs

Jim R.Jim R. Posts: 103
edited 2:30PM in EggHead Forum
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<p />Rubbed ribs then a coat of mustard, set-up with plate setter,V-rack and drip pan.Cooked at 250 for five hours never opened "egg"They looked like they would be dry but not so.The egg is the best!(One rack missing from picture)Burp!!

Comments

  • Jim R,
    Looks simple enough and good enough to eat... I think I'll try it on my Egg. Thanks for sharing.

  • Jim R.Jim R. Posts: 103
    Spring Chicken,
    Should say they were not "fall off the bone" but tender and moist(really juicy).Wife not crazy about BBQ sauce so just rub and mustard.

  • GordyGordy Posts: 49
    Jim R,you're lucky, my wife doesn't like ribs! Doesn't like prime rib either. Doesn't like fatty meats in general which is proably better for my health.[p]Fish, chicken Filets and pork tenderloin the norm at our house. Of course she and kids only like the expensive fish, lol

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