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I am entering a local throw down on BB ribs this weekend. I am trying to improve the color of my finished ribs. They come out a little bit lighter than the examples here on the forum. Thanks.
Not sure what you're already doing, but fruit woods help build the color of your exterior. I'm a big fan of cherry wood.
Cherry wood is my vote for a mahogany color. Also make sure you sauce your ribs and give them 15 min,at least, on the egg to set the sauce.
A rub with sugar in it is helpful too. Dizzy Dust is pretty good.
Baste with 50/50 balsamic viniger and Alegro Hot and Spicy every 20 min for the last two or three hours. I have placed in a compitition with this method and it gets the color very dark.
Be careful, man! I've got a beverage here.
I love balsamic vinegar. Never thought of putting it on ribs. Thanks for the tip.
Thanks Travisstrick. What type of smoke do you use on BBs and spares?
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