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BamaEGGBamaEGG Posts: 170
edited 4:11AM in EggHead Forum
Top rack rubbed with a layer of mustard. Bottom rack is just rubbed.

Nothing on this rack.

Going to do 3-2-1 method and mop the last hour. I am also doing some baked beans in the dutch oven. RTR!!


  • Big'unBig'un Posts: 5,909
    Looks great but you left no address so we could eat together! :woohoo: Enjoy!!
  • EggtuckyEggtucky Posts: 2,746
    Great lookin racks there Bama..but why one with just mustard?..I've used mustard as a binder to help tenderize and hold rub in place..not sure it alone will do much for your ribs flavor...let us know...
  • BamaEGGBamaEGG Posts: 170
    Good question Eggtucky. My wife doesn't really like her ribs rubbed hence the plain rack. The other two is more or less an experiment for my own taste. Typically I have only rubbed and not used the mustard. In fact I have only used mustard one time on ribs (more common on butts). I almost felt that the mustard helped the rub to overpower the ribs so I haven't done it since. I have really gotten better at doing ribs and have perfected my own personal rub so I am taking another stab at it.
  • Looking good BamaEGG..Roll Tide!

    FYI : Leave those puppies on for about 7-8 hours (indirect) & you won't need any 3.2.1 me, they will be just as good ;)
  • Just took mine off the egg. Ribs have become a gameday tradition for us. Please allow me to say ROLL TIDE!
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