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First ever rib cook starting now.
I have NEVER cooked ribs on the Egg or otherwise. I found myself off of work today so I thought I would give it a shot.
Egg heating up now. I have a nice set of baby back ribs in the frig. I removed all of the membrane as far as I know. It just pulled off like a piece of rubber but there seems to be a fatty layer underneath. Liberally applied rub to both sides.
Anyone have any suggestions for the novice? I have been googling different methods the last 30 minutes or so.
Current plan is indirect heat at around 300 for approx 4 hours or so. Pie pan with juice underneath.
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