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Celebrate the start of summer and enjoy those long weekends grilling on a Big Green Egg! How about something new … try the Dos Equis “Most Interesting”
Three Cheese and Chorizo Fondue
, or a Gourmet
Pizza with Prosciutto & Arugula
for a different grilling experience! For all you traditionalists, you can’t top
cooked on the Big Green Egg! And be sure to catch up with the KCBS
Great American BBQ Tour
edited November -1
Have company who brought a huge rack of pork spare ribs. Do I cook them the same as I do my baby Back?
Add about an hour to the cook time over baby backs; that will be great.
John in Oregon
Luvs to shoot clay
Depends on how you cook your baby back ribs. I cook ribs most every week that I am home and I cook my baby backs semi 3-2-1, that's 3 hours at 225 in a rib rack, then wrapped in foil and in the oven or back on the pit for 2 hours, then unwrapped and back on the grill to crisp them up or warm a little "Blues Hog" on the outside. I sometimes cook the spare ribs at the same time and when I take the BB's out of the rack lay the spares back flat on the grill till they are very tender, like Jaydub said about an additional hour. If I was only doing the spares I would probably just cook them a little hotter at 250 and start checking them at about 2 to 3 hours.
Good Luck! Be sure to let us know how they turn out. I am sure they will be great.
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