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Need Help Re-heating Ribs

DynaGreaseballDynaGreaseball Posts: 361
edited 5:44AM in EggHead Forum
If one uses a food saver and freezes say, 8 or 9 cooked racks of ribs, to be served 2 days later (where there is no BGE--only an oven), can they be re-heated and moistened back up to where they'd taste look and feel just like they came off the egg? Car Wash Mike said he does it very successfully when he tailgates, but I didn't quite understand his post. I think he did it by postponing saucing at the end of the cook, until he re-heated and served. Someone else (sorry I don't remember who it was) said they put them in a little water and re-heated...results being only just acceptable.[p]If I can't present them perfectly, I'd rather not try it at all. They will be served to friends and family who would like to tease me about my egg so, they have to be impressive.[p]TIA.[p]Regards

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  • uncbbquncbbq Posts: 165
    DynaGreaseball,
    If they are vacuum sealed, sauced and otherwise as you would serve them, I've had great results dropping the sealed bags in boiling water for 20 minutes or so and serving them that way. I have frozen them for weeks like that, and they taste the same to me.

  • uncbbq,[p]That sounds easy enough, and I guess if they need it, I could always add some sauce to moisten a little. Thanks very much!

  • uncbbq,[p]That sounds easy enough, and I guess if they need it, I could always add some sauce to moisten a little. Thanks very much!

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