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First 3-1-1

NooBBQNooBBQ Posts: 134
edited 5:26AM in EggHead Forum
Picked up a 1/2 rack (slit lengthwise) of back ribs from Wally World, and did a 3-1-1 today.

While on the grill I was somewhat sceptical, as none of the signs you guys always talk about were there.

Anyway, had them in Byrons rub and some olive oil for a couple of hours, dome 250 and a rib rack (upside down Vrack) 3 hrs indirect spraying apple juice/apple cider vinegar mixture (2:1) every hr, 1 hr aluminum foil w/ 2oz apples juice, and about 35-40 minutes with just light sauce.

They came off the rack like this:
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After I cut them and started in on my first rack, I skipped the BBQ sauce altogether, and had the presence of mind to take the picture above before eating the second rack. I ended up skipping fixings, salad, etc and just had 2 racks. While maybe not best ever, they were delicious.

nooBBQ,

Comments

  • ROTYDEROTYDE Posts: 2
    making me hungry...
  • PharmeggistPharmeggist Posts: 1,191
    I am with you on skipping sides sometimes LOL.... You think about the ribs the whole time they are on the egg and when they are done... well who wants to eat leftovers right :blink:

    I can't determine if they are the best ever unless you send them over for me to taste test :silly:
    ~Pharmeggist
  • Big'unBig'un Posts: 5,909
    Great job first time out! They will improve everytime. Where do you hail from?
  • NooBBQNooBBQ Posts: 134
    Meridian, ID (Boise area)

    I am originally from Europe.
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