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baby back's on the XL

MeatosBanditosMeatosBanditos Posts: 259
edited 1:11AM in EggHead Forum
Cooked some baby back's on Saturday. I received some Blue's Hog on Friday afternoon to my delight. That stuff is great!

I did the Carwash Mike method on the ribs, used some yellow mustard, followed by dry rub. Then I put on some brown sugar and another layer of rub. For the rub I used some Famous Dave's Rib Rub. It tasted great without the sauce too.

Total the cook time was just under 5 hours.

Here are some pic's.



Sprayin' them down.
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Brushing on the Blue's Hog.
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Been smoking with sauce for about 20 minutes now. Ready to come off...
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The feast. My dad's been asking me to cook ribs for a couple months and when he came down this time I had some to make. Here's dinner, the veggies hadn't made it on table yet. The grilled pineapple (in the back) was really tasty. It's got a glaze of cinnamon, EVOO, cloves, lime juice, and honey. I can post the recipe if anyone is interested.
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Hope everyone had a great weekend. It was perfect weather up here in South East Minnesota.

-John

Comments

  • GunnarGunnar Posts: 2,305
    No doubt Dad was pleased, those look great.
    LBGE      Katy (Houston) TX
  • Thanks Gunnar--oh yeah, dad was happy!
  • ViennaJackViennaJack Posts: 357
    Great looking meal!
  • Thanks Jack B)
  • Looks delicious. Did you cover the platesetter w/ Al foil? My son's asking for babybacks.

    How 'bout that pineapple recipe? I want to grill fruits/veggies. Had some at a garden shop last year and they were tasty; I had never heard of doing that Bbefore.
  • Yes, I did cover the platesetter with tinfoil.

    The pineapple recipe can be found here:

    Grilled Pineapple recipe

    I didn't have any dark honey (like the recipe calls for) but regular honey works fine. I've probably made this 5 or 6 times and each time I'm happy! Can't screw it up to bad. In a month or so I'll have a video of it for you from work that will be posted online.

    Enjoy ;)
  • emt_24emt_24 Posts: 94
    did you foil those BBs or were they nekkid the whole time? Looks awesome!
  • emt_24emt_24 Posts: 94
    did you foil those BBs or were they nekkid the whole time? Looks awesome!
  • They were 'nekkid' the whole darn time. I just ate leftovers and they still tasted great! I wish baby back's were cheaper!
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