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baby backs, grilled veggies & margaritas!

schmeetexschmeetex Posts: 69
edited November -1 in EggHead Forum
Want to make sure and send 2010 out in style (the year I was introduced to BGE)...so did a baby back rib cook today.

Thanks Car Wash Mike, you're always remembered in my house! Have switched to Dizzy Pig rubs and really like them. Dizzy Dust used here.

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Total cook time was 6 hours...here's how they looked halfway through.

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Time to finish with a light coating of Sweet Baby Ray's Hickory & Maple Sugar.

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My "finishing" trick is to put ribs in warmed cooler for at least 30 minutes. Gets the ribs nice and sticky and even more tender.

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Vegetables were baby portabella mushrooms, red & yellow peppers, green zuchini and red onion. Marinate for two hours in half cup of EVOO & balsamic vinegar. Cook for 20 minutes at 300 degrees.

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Frozen margaritas to make sure this is a well balanced meal!

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Happy New Year. Make 2011 your best year yet!

SchmeeTex

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